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Re: [K12OSN] OT - Open Source Kiosk Solutions



If you don't want internet access, set the proxy to 127.0.0.1 and use
a local file system for your kiosk.

On 21/07/05, Jim Kronebusch <jim winonacotter org> wrote:
> > A student of mine built a kiosk on Mandrake 10.someting last
> > year.  It
> > automatically logins, only app is a kiosk hardened firefox.
> > Can get you
> > more info if you like.  There is a web server and FTP server
> > running.  You
> > can work out the details of how you do content updates.
> > Another kiosk
> > built by the same student burns a CD with all the open source
> > apps we use
> > plus a back up of students home drives :)  Soooo clean.
> 
> Everything I have seen in Linux is always for a kiosk with a browser.
> So how do you develop the app for this?  Is this usually just done with
> a flash animation or something?  I don't really want internet access at
> these terminals.  Just a menu driven system to navigate between 5 or 10
> screens with information.
> 
> Maybe a better question is what format do most use for the presentation
> to be played in Firefox in an open source kiosk?  (Flash, php, html,
> etc)
> 
> And yes, if you have a link to any information that would be great.
> 
> thanks
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