john lists.john at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 17:45:05 BST 2007

I'll just add my two cents here and say, in addition to locking down
the desktop, I'd love to have a template that gave our student users
less options. I really only want them to use Open Office and web
browser and not much more. I wish there was a "student mode" or kiosk
mode that would pair things down even more.


On 7/21/07, Richard Doyle <rdoyle at islandnetworks.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-07-21 at 13:23 -0700, Richard Doyle wrote:
> > I'm a new user of Edubuntu (7.04) setting up a classroom network for
> > student use. The Lockdown editor is accessible to all users without
> > requiring a superuser password, which seems odd.
> >
> > Can one lockdown the lockdown editor?
> Apparently, running "sudo pessulus -u <studentname>" opens the lockdown
> editor with a lock icon next to each checkbox; clicking the lock icon
> grays out that choice the next time <studentname> logs into the lockdown
> editor.
> Not sure what other pessulus options do...
> >
> >
> >
> >
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