ubuntu for Internet cafés

Registered by David Prieto on 2006-10-26

In order to be spread as widely as possible, Ubuntu should offer everything an Internet café owner may need. If we get café owners to install Ubuntu in at least a portion of their machines many people will learn about Ubuntu, and maybe they can even get a copy in the café!

Some users have suggested to create a whole new Ubuntu bundle (namely Cafebuntu) with a modified student-control-panel server, which would allow the cafe owner to start and end the client's session, as well as more advanced features like a billing system or software to undo any changes in the system after a session is closed.

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This might help in setting up a workstation: http://tombuntu.com/index.php/2008/05/27/how-to-lock-down-gnome/

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