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application for manage service for coffee internet

Postby oma378501 » 2017-04-08 13:59

Hi everyone.

I have a question about what application, I can use for manage a PCs into a cafe internet.

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Re: application for manage service for coffee internet

Postby GarryRicketson » 2017-04-08 15:19

I can not make much sense of what it is the OP wants to do.
I can see probably they are using a translator, so language is part of the reason.

Do you (the OP ) mean : Debian application to manage a internet cafe service ?
Debian application to manage a internet cafe service
There are a few applications available.

I think a somewhat more detailed description of exactly what you are trying to do is needed.
The way I am interpreting this , is that you are looking for a application to manage several , multiple PC's, or work stations, that would be used in a
Internet Cafe ?
Since this is Debian User Forums, I am assuming you will be using Debian on
the PC's, however it would help to know what version of Debian you are or will
be using.
"What we expect you have already Done"

Before doing anything, read the Debian documentation:
Debian Documentation
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Re: application for manage service for coffee internet

Postby Bulkley » 2017-04-08 17:10

As to Internet cafes, I advise using a live-cd with a Debian kiosk OS. It should not have any ability to save anything. If a user manages to mess something with a live-CD all that is required is a reboot.

Under no circumstances should an Internet cafe use Windows as it is simply not reliable. The exception to that is in Seoul, Korea, where everything seems to work.
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Re: application for manage service for coffee internet

Postby debiman » 2017-04-09 09:33

-according to this a dedicated kiosk distro is recommended.
but running live and read only is probably even safer.
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