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Linspire tightens CNR ties with Mint, Ubuntu

Linspire, the San Diego, Calif.-based Linux distributor, is continuing to build up its CNR (Click-N-Run) software installation system with partnerships with Ubuntu parent Canonical and the Ubuntu-based Linux Mint distribution. Linspire recently announced that its beta CNR service now supports the Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron release and Linux Mint versions 4.0 and 5.

New CNR.com is a work in progress

Last year, Linspire announced that it was opening its software distribution service, CNR (short for Click 'n' Run), to users of the Debian, Fedora, openSUSE, and Ubuntu distributions. A month ago, it announced a beta version of CNR that includes support for Ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10 (the two most recent versions), with versions for the other systems on the way. Alas, after trying it on my Ubuntu system, I think it needs work.

CNR.com Beta Usage Numbers Released

Linspire, Inc., developer of the commercial Linspire and Freespire community desktop Linux operating ystems, today released its initial usage numbers from the December launch of CNR.com beta (http://www.cnr.com), a standardized Web 2.0-based Linux software delivery service for desktop Linux users worldwide.

Is CNR the Easiest Way to Get Software in Ubuntu?

CNR (Click’N'Run) is Linspire’s website and client software that provides an easy way to discover and install free and commercial Linux software. Linspire just released the beta with support for their own distributions as well as Ubuntu. Does it make installing software in Ubuntu easier?

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