Linspire's Click N' Run (CNR) Service, originally available to Linspire and Freespire linux distributions only, will soon be available for other distributions. In its recent press release, CNR will include support for Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian and OpenSUSE. Whilst each distribution has its own application manager for open source software, CNR includes commercial applications as well.
CNR.com will also bring more choices for users to purchase premium products and services, such as legally licensed DVD Players, Sun's StarOffice, Win4Lin Pro, CodeWeavers' CrossoverOffice, TransGaming's Cedega, as well as numerous other commercial software applications from various categories including, media playback, personal and business productivity, finances, virtualization, development tools and games. CNR will also allow users quick access to multimedia codecs and hardware drivers, bringing one-click support for MP3, Windows Media, Quick Time, Java, Flash, ATI and nVidia graphics, and so on.
I cannot wait to see this in action, i.e. running on Ubuntu. :)