xfce corporate/kiosk use

Jean-François Wauthy pollux at xfce.org
Mon Aug 30 12:04:41 CEST 2004

Le lundi 30 août 2004 à 15:48 +1000, l.hazlett at tde.com.au a écrit :
> Hi! I'm in the process of setting up xfce for use in a corporate
> environment, and am wondering what is the best way to do this. Ideally,
> users would not be able to:
> - start a terminal (this is a must!),
> - change the menu,
> - change the panel,
> - access the settings manager.
> I've added the lines
> to my /etc/xfce/default.session before the panel is started, but this
> doesn't seem to affect anything! A "echo $XFCE_DISABLE_USER_CONFIG"
> confirms that this variable is set, so I assume it should be working.
> Could someone confirm for me what this is supposed to change, the wording
> in the faq says it will prevent changes to the menu, but how does this
> work?
> System is debian testing xfce 4.0.6.
> Any help appreciated.
i think you should have a look at the 4.1 branch, benny added support
for Kiosk, and it has been implemented in some modules

> Lloyd.
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Jean-François Wauthy <pollux at xfce.org>
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