A while back, I wrote about CNR coming out for other
distributions of Linux, such as Ubuntu. And while so many people
pointed to the fact that we already have apt-get, YaST, among other
application installation solutions, no one seems to have an answer
to the legality of using restricted codecs and fonts here in the
States. This is where Linspire will come in.
"We have been hearing about it for some time now. But finally,
after what feels like forever, a spark of life is being shown from
within Linspire headquarters and even though there has been no
official announcement just yet, word is that we will be seeing
signs of life from the new CNR version here fairly soon. How soon?
For Linspire and Freespire, in a matter of a few days to a week, I
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