Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 18th Sep 2002 02:30 UTC
Oracle and SUN These days, the big players in the Linux "purely-desktop market" are Lycoris, Lindows, ELX and the much awaited Xandros Desktop 1.0. OSNews got their hands to the latest version of Xandros (beta3b) and we are giving it a whirl. Read more for information and screenshots.
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re: re: Xandros
by Anonymous on Wed 18th Sep 2002 03:51 UTC

"Yes, but this is mostly like Win98 and more importantly, this is a Linux, it "needs" the terminal a bit more than Windows."

I had no trouble finding it. Go to the "start" (see what years of windows does) "applications" "system". You'll find one for the user there and one for the root user in "Administrator Tools". Both are quite easy to find.
Hitting ctrl+alt+f1 works likes any Linux distro and takes you directly to a command line login. What else were you refering to when you said "terminal"?