locking down the desktop

Jim Hutchinson jim at ubuntu-rocks.org
Tue Jan 22 01:02:05 GMT 2008

Just my thoughts, but wouldn't the best solution to this be coming up
for a way to have each student have their own login credentials? On an
email that I think just came to me, Barb said these are stand alone
desktops and not a thin client environment. How can one set up log in
credentials across multiple desktops (assuming they don't have Active
Directory) without having to set up tons of accounts on each
individual computer?


On Jan 21, 2008 3:17 PM, Ismael Farfán Estrada <sulfurfff at hotmail.com> wrote:
> « La adolescencia es el periodo de tu vida en el que piensas que la masturbación es algo transitorio. »~ Hombre resigando.
> > They're not not doing it to annoy you, they're doing it because that's the
> > firefox default.  It's probably sufficient to just change firefox's default
> > saving location to /tmp.
> I agree about that, but the reason I have is just to put some shortcuts to
> the application on the desktop,
> You know that switching from the (unorganized) windows start menu to
> the (organized) gnome/kde menu is some times a little hard.
> And tiny things like the app icon may prevent the user from "finding"
> word, even more if the desktop is full of files, they may call you to ask
> where is word when they have a shortcut to OOwriter named "word" on
> the desktop...
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