Linux-based full screen browser for kiosks

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KioskBrowser displays and navigates HTML pages and contains an
on-screen-keyboard for use in situations where the kiosk has a touch
screen but no physical keyboard. KioskBrowser uses the KDE and QT
libraries and runs in most modern Linux distributions.

We developed KioskBrowser for a client project a while back. We've not
delved into any further kiosk projects. How popular is Linux for kiosk
deployed projects these days?

Mike Karlesky
Atomic Object

Re: Linux-based full screen browser for kiosks

mkarlesky wrote:

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A bit OT, but Konqueror is hopeless, and Kiosk uses the same engine.
Perhaps Konqueror is affected by being a file browser (which it does very
well) at the same time.

Doug, using KNode on Mandriva 2007.
Registered Linux user.
Perhaps the most important thing we give each other is our attention.
   -- Dr R. N. Remen.

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