CNR is now available for Linux Mint 4.0 Daryna. It’s free, it doesn’t require any registration and the client is open-source. To install it, install the “cnr-client” package from the Daryna repositories. You should then be able to install software from the CNR.com web portal.
The main advantage of CNR over APT and mintInstall is that it can handle commercial software and integrate transactions. For this reason it represents a nice addition to the Linux Mint desktop.
— Press Release: http://www.linspire.com/lindows_news_pressreleases_archives.php?id=240
— CNR.com: http://www.cnr.com/
Questions and comments are welcome.
Note: Support for the upcoming Linux Mint 5 Elyssa will follow shortly.