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How to Get Linspire 6.0 ISO for Free from Alternative Sources



Web site: linspire.com (not active)Origin: USACategory: DesktopDesktop environment: KDEArchitecture: x86Based on: UbuntuWikipedia: LinspireMedia: LiveThe last version Released: active




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These are only some of the changes; questions regarding any others can be directed to support AT pc-opensystems DOT comLinspire 10 SP1 can be purchased as a digital download; if you have bandwidth constraints, physical copies are available in USB format.Bootable


Based in San Diego, California, Lindows, Inc. was incorporated in July 2001 by Michael Robertson and began selling products in January 2002.[6] Robertson's goal was to develop a Linux-based operating system capable of running major Microsoft Windows applications. It based its Windows compatibility on the Wine API. The company later abandoned this approach in favor of attempting to make Linux applications easy to download, install and use. To this end a program named "CNR" was developed: based on Debian's Advanced Packaging Tool, it provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface and a slightly modified package system for an annual fee. The first public release of Lindows was version 1.0, released in late 2001.[7]


Linspire's CNR (originally Click'N'Run) was a software distribution service based on Debian's APT. It was designed to serve as a GUI-based, user-accessible means of downloading and installing various applications, both free and proprietary. The service allowed users to install available applications using a single click. CNR also included a set of Click and Buy (CNB) software, which included many commercial applications to members at a discounted rate. CNR had over 38,000 different software packages[citation needed], ranging from simple applications to major commercial works such as Win4Lin and StarOffice.[19] CNR was originally subscription-based with two tiers: basic service cost $20 annually, and gold, featuring discounts on some commercial applications, $50. In 2006, Linspire announced that the basic service was to be made available for free.[20]


I simply wanted to try the distro when new to Linux, was included in an outdated 5 CD pack purchased on eBay for $10 when I knew no better, maybe luck will be with us this time. Speaking of which, at the time, most distros were still shipped on CD's, or the downloaded ISO would burn to one. Not anymore, most are twice the size.


That gadget to the right looks (sort of) identical to the latest Parted Magic purchased, needed to secure erase NVMe SSD's, only less details. Will have to create a bootable USB stick of the ISO downloaded & see what differences there are in Live mode. At first glance, looks to be another Ubuntu based distro with the Xfce DE.


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When i downloaded the tar.gz from sourceforge.net (sh hplip.2.7.10 run) in i input it into the Konsole window i get NOT FOUND. How do you input the command into Konsole window? With spaces or without. I updated lindows last year to 5.1.427 and i didn't have to much of a problem getting sh hplip2.6. to run for my psc 1610. Now that i have updated to lindows 6.0.15 i can get the printer to work but my scanner is not found and i need it badly. Please help anyone out there.


What directory are you downloading to? Check in Firefox (or whatever browser you are using) and see where the file was saved. Then, inside Konsole, run the 'pwd' command to get your current directory. Use 'cd' to move to the correct directory. Then, you should be able to run 'sh /hplip-2.7.10.run'.


When i downloaded the file, i put it on my desktop. Now i put in the command steps you gave me. No such luck. Maybe i do not understand what cd mean. I typed sh ./hplip-2.7.10.run and i pressed enter. Here is the message i got back. sh: Can't open ./hplip-2.7.19.run


I am very sorry for the misunderstanding. I am useing Linspire ISO 6.0.15 Ubuntu base. I finally got the same password i have been useing for two years to work. I just type it in and what do you know. Now it tells me that i need to manually install a gcc (gcc - GNU Project C and C++ Compiler). I went to CNR and i downloaded (GCC 2.95) which have the project C and C++ but i can't find it to install it. I went back to the Konsole window and retried to install, i thought it was suppose to be automatic. Can you help?


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