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Removing CNR client from Ubuntu8.04

I am fairly new to Linux but am finding it very enjoyable. Currently I am running the newest release of Ubuntu and it works great. I dual boot with Windows 2000 Pro on a large Sata drive.

I needed a proprietary program and was unable to find it in repositories so I installed the CNR client from cnr.com. I was able to use this app quit well, at first. But now icon is black instead of green and anything I try to install using it comes up with error " unable to write to data base". I tried to uninstall through add/remove, no CNR remove link. Need help to uninstall. Reinstall failed also. Can not find help for this problem on their site or forums either.

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Just checking.

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It worked, thank you Bob

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I had tried Google Search to no avail, but my error was including the "8.04" in search. Thank you so much. I am having fun with Linux, and may drop my Win2000. I use Win2000 for my farm records, but seems i could do same style spreadsheets and ledgers with Open Office. Thats my next project.

Once again, thank you.

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Thanks for the report.

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Just sharing how I work to find solutions seems to work most of the time.

-> There are so few farmers it seems today. Just watched the PBS documentary "King Corn." Very good.
Bob

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I have always associate CNR with Linspire...

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Ubuntu is also using it now? How much do they charge or what is the subscription fee?

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Work for Ubuntu, Mint and a few others

In reply to: I have always associate CNR with Linspire...

By going to cnr.com you can get the cnr client. it is impressive, i just had a few problems with it. I now use apt-get in a terminal.

They have a free version and for some items they charge a fee.If you have a Gold Account (yearly fee of $45) the prices for items is lower.

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