Ik kwam bij Betanews deze hap info tegen over Mandrake Linux Panoramix, waarmee het installeren van Linux een koekje zou moeten worden:
Are you under the myth that Linux is too hard to install? That you're not "advanced" enough to even attempt it? Well Mandrake is setting out to blow the remaining believers in that myth away with their new beta called Panoramix. Panoramix is a graphical installation program written in Perl. It comes with DiskDrake, a graphical hard drive partitioning tool for those who don't like the rigidness of fdisk. If you've been putting Linux off because of installation fears, you don't have an excuse anymore. Panoramix enables users to install Linux-Mandrake per CDRom or network, and counts several use-levels to allow new comer, as well as hackers to easily install Linux. Panoramix also implemented a new powerful kickstart mode from Red Hat that enables users to quickly install Linux on several identical machines. Panoramix has been designed to be the fastest easiest to use, and more powerful graphical installation in the Linux market.