March 2007
UNIX Update;Mar2007, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
The article announces that San Diego, California-based commercial desktop Linux operating system developer, Linspire Inc., plans to standardize software installation across Linux distributions. The company will expand its popular Click 'N Run (CNR) digital download and software management service to support several of the most popular desktop Linux distributions in 2007. Comments from Kevin Carmony of Linspire are included. It describes the new CNR.com web site. A brief background of Linspire is presented.


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