2009/7/27 Chris Jones <jonesc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> Cheers, but I don't want to restrict their access - I just don't want
>> to have to teach them to shut down from GNOME.
>> And I wouldn't wish KDE on anyone any more, I'm afraid. :¬) Not since
>> v1, anyway...
> Ok. Officially confused. You said "will run a single full-screen app,
> all the time, and nothing else" - Not sure what your definition of
> 'restrict their access' is, but that sounds pretty restrictive to me ;)
Well, basically, that single app is a VERY simplified desktop and
email client. But if my users get more competent, I'm perfectly happy
for them to go play with GNOME itself and Firefox etc.
But my simplified front-end app has a "quit" button and I want that to
close the PC down.
Seems fairly simple to me, to be honest...
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