How to restrict a user's application into a PC?
Jay-Dee Guy Black
jaydee_is_cool at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 25 03:57:10 EST 2002
Thanks for replying.
I am using Redhat 7.2. Yeah, I am going to set up
kiosk with PC. As I am new to Linux, I hope you or
somebody out there can actually guide me.
--- Matthew Hannigan <mlh at zip.com.au> wrote: > Sudo
doesn't help here.
> Sudo only enhances access; it does not restrict it.
> To do what you want to do, I'd do a web search
> for "kiosk mode" web browser and machine
> PS. I presume you're running some type of Unix on
> your machine? If not then sudo is even more useless
> to you!
> Jay-Dee Guy Black wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > I am new to sudo.
> > I wanna have my PC directed to an internet browser
> > displaying a homepage once I boot up my PC. This
> > users need not login and could not use other
> > applications. The only thing they can do is surf
> > my web contents and the internet. The only way to
> > down the PC is via Crl+Alt+Del key followed by a
> > password.
> > How can Sudo do this? Do i need other application
> > well to use along with sudo to perform the above
> > Can anybody guide me?
> > Thank you in advance.
> > Regards,
> > Yeeon
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