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Old 03-21-2009, 03:21 AM   #1
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Cafe Timer for MINT?

Hi All,

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.

Old 04-15-2009, 10:02 AM   #2
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Please have a look at
It's called openKiosK

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