Looks like I'll just have to get "Linux for Dummies".
What about parental controls for internet access? I've got this 15 year old half cousin who's addicted to porn. When I was on Windows there was at least 500 pictures of pornography he had downloaded. He was staying at my house while his parents got a new home and he was staying in my room so I made him his on windows account on XP. I used to have Norton Internet Security which has it's own parental controls. Yet some how he would allways get porn over google. I ended up blocking google all together but after a week he still managed to find pornography. The reason I installed Starr on it was to see what he was doing so I could find ways to keep him from going to the places he was going. I don't mind him using my computer, but I don't have the time to be sitting there watching what he does on it.
Any ways I was wondering what kind of parental controls do we have for linux?