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[News] Internet Cafe Looking at GNU/Linux for Savings

  • Subject: [News] Internet Cafe Looking at GNU/Linux for Savings
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 16:03:50 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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My First Linux Distribution

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| I was starting to build a internet cafe. 
| Thinking about how to make a internet cafe 
| with low budget. Operating system with 
| licence is too expensive. So i googling 
| internet.
| [...]
| PCLinuxOS is rock solid distros for me for 
| now..., i don't know if some people feel 
| different.
| But Linux is good.



Internet Cafà Invaded by Linux Desktop

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| You may ask why I'm happy about this recent experience. ---Well, I really
| want Linux to succeed, and seeing it now being used in a Windows-dominated
| Internet cafà business is a telltale sign that the Linux desktop is geared up
| for the mainstream crowd. So, cheers to that!



Cdn co. nails concept of public computing

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| The software that runs the Discover Station is simple to manage and very
| elegant. Running Linux, it is secure, throughout -- no issues with hackers or
| viruses, and as important, there is almost no chance that a user's personal
| information gets compromised. As soon as you end your session the terminal
| restarts, blowing away all personal names, passwords and cookies, so security
| is a real strength.    
| Managing the Linux-based system is very easy. The company has a management
| console that lets you maintain all of your systems, regardless if you have a
| small network of four workstations in your hotel lobby, or hundreds of
| workstations in coffee shops across the nation. You can modify the systems,
| change the graphics on screens, and update the systems remotely.    


Zencafe Linux for Your Internet Cafe

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| Iâve actually seen one shop use Ubuntu on its machines, about half of the
| machines there and as far as I could see, his customers were happy and
| productive.  


Firefox Live, BoothCD, LiveKiosk Review Roundup

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| After much consideration, I found that the most logical choice was
| indeed, the now aging and unsupported, BoothCD. Even with this
| project falling into the cobwebs of non-support, it was able to
| work with the hardware I tossed at it. I purposely used older,
| non-itemized components to recreate an instance we might see at
| a new, privately owned coffee shop or bookstore.


Linux Internet Cafe Software Allows Multiple Users to Share Single Desktop

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| "We recently used the Linux Desktop Multiplier to deploy 2,205 desktops
| in 105 South African schools. We are pursuing 'Multiplied' SLED 10
| opportunities with other corporate, education and government customers
| who require large numbers of low-cost, high-performance desktops."
| "The Linux Desktop Multiplier enabled us to deliver a 12-user Internet
| cafe on two SLED 10 desktop computers at our BrainStormer UK event,"
| says Peter Atkins, Managing Director of MindWorks Inc Ltd.


Linux Internet Cafe Software Allows Multiple Users To Share Single Desktop

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| The Internet cafe will consist of 12 independent Linux workstations
| running on two Intel Pentium 4 3Ghz desktops with 2 GB of RAM. The
| Linux Desktop Multiplier software has been used to provide low-cost,
| high-performance Internet cafes at other major technology
| conferences including GWAVACon, GroupWise European Summit and
| BrainStormer UK.
| "By eliminating nine out of every 10 physical PCs, the Linux
| Desktop Multiplier enables trade show organisers, school districts
| and governments to drive more value out of their fixed budgets," says
| Trevor Poapst, Director of Global Marketing for Omni. "The Linux
| Desktop Multiplier's '10-for-1' value proposition is ideal for
| Linux-based computer labs, Internet cafes, retail POS terminals
| and call centres."

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