I would hold off on installing Corel Linux Deluxe, and here's why. Corel dumped their Linux division almost a year ago. They sold it to a company called Xandros. The version you have is one that from my personal experience (I got a review copy from them when they first introduced Corel Linux) is just a little bit buggy.
In addition to being a little buggy, Corel based the distro on Debian, yet did very little in the way of supporting the community or even giving credit to the best non-commercial distro around.
That being said, I'd recommend getting an ISO of one of the more recent distributions like Mandrake 8.2, Red Hat 7.2, SuSE 8.0 to name a few. Give them a try before you try installing what is now a defunct distro.