Can some body help with instructions on how to install a cyber cafe timer in a window
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 4, 2012
I need to install a cafe timer in a windows server and ubuntu clients. I need urgent help...
So my uncle is starting an internet cafe...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 28, 2008
So my uncle is starting an internet cafe, and he wants me to help get it started and work there when completed. We've already decided to use computers running Linux, with the option for users to use Windows XP under a Virtualbox. My uncle has had experience in setting up Linux servers in the past, and at the moment works for a company called Hobsons directing their Oracle Servers.
Anywho, my question to the community is, what would be the ideal Linux to run under these circumstances?
Xubuntu program for internet cafe
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 27, 2014
Am looking for some software to use on Xubuntu machines in an internet cafe.
Ideally would like to be able to lock the screen, set a timer, record where users go online and delete any downloaded files/temporary internet files over night.
Is there such a program available ?
Installing Cafe Pilot java error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 3, 2007
Hi thanks for responding to my post on linux internet cafe softwares.
Now i found Cafe pilot both under linux and windows but when i try to install the linux version after unzipping :
Cyber cafe Software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 22, 2006
I am looking for a software that has the following features.Can anyone recommend it.The software will be implemented over a wired network.The cyber cafe is going to be free.But still i need a login page.I want to setup user so that the user can use up the internet till certain amount of time every day.He/she can not collect his saved time and add it on the next day.Parental control.the client will be windows XP.I should be able to LOG what sites a certain users has browsed.
what internet billing software should i use in Ubuntu in a cyber cafe???
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 26, 2010
i am trying to set up a cyber cafe using ubuntu 9.10 but i don't know what internet billing software to use and how i will set it.
then if there is is the internet billing package is there a way that i can incoporate that it works with windows??
cyber cafe help
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 16, 2011
i need a advice//
i have 10 pc system cafe which was previosuly running on windows but now because of its continues maintenance on licenses i m planing to switch to make linux pc in cafe..
was is the success?
how fesible it is?
any thing i need to take care of?
any documentation reagrding the same:
n yes these system were previously runing on wifi network so i wanna keep it wireless..
so need guidance based on same..
Inet cafe server software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 29, 2009
Hi all, i've been googling around for inet cafe server software that will allow me to give users a X amount of time on the computers. I found this site. Problem is the clients would be the windows machines and the server would be our Linux Domain server. I only see one for Windows for Windows and Linux for Linux. I would like one that supports both Linux and Windows clients. So if anyone has any good advice to give me on this please feel free. Thanx in advance!
Can Linux do this in Cyber Cafe with such Spec??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 10, 2005
I've been heard of an specification as below which has been applied in a Cyber Cafe locally:
Main Server Specification:
- Celeron 500
- 256MB SDRam
- 20GB Harddisk
- There are about 150 client computers (all in Windows XP Platform) in the CC for Internet surfing, Network Gaming and so on.
- Using ---> IPMASQ+Squid as the Proxy Server.
- Also the "Squid" has been used for setting up some rules on the "syntax" (for eg: Sex, fxxk, hardcore) to prevent the CC users to browse these website.
- Samba has been setup for "File Sharing", the boss from CC told that he is using this to enable about 60 client computers of watching Real format Movies with totally no problem at all. (p/s: the Real Movie are stored in a server locally, there are about 3000 movies and up to 8000 video Clips stored in the file server that's connect up to LINUX.
- He also setup the DHCP an
Cafe Timer for MINT?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 21, 2009
I have gone through all the praises towards Linux Mint offering great experience when it comes to a Desktop Users.
Kudos to the Linux Mint maintainers based on the response!!!
When it comes to Desktop usage I normally like seeing Cybercafe shops running on and WELL on Linux and with less strain on the End Users because of their various OS backgrounds...Mint looks like a good one to run on this setup.
My Queries however are:
i,Is there a Cafe Timer already supported by Mint?
ii,What is the best timer to implement on Mint and has anyone in this Forum tried,tested it...maybe CCLFOX?
Zencafe' did well to support this very useful add-on with the inclusion of CCLFOX which made it penetrate the broad cyber space.Is there something close to that in Mint or a development towards that way?
Waiting for your responses.