Webconverger is a Live Web kiosk Linux distribution for public places. It is designed to get you on the Web easily without compromising your privacy.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based Office/Business|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Web|
Release Notes: This is largely a stable update featuring Firefox 25 and Flash updates. The new features are an extension which allows touchscreen users to drag the page and Emoji font support.
Release Notes: Firefox has been locked down and updated to version 21. The whole underlying base has been upgraded to Progress Linux 2.0. This release reduces the installation image by 60M to 355M.
Release Notes: Printing support has been completely overhauled. The new printing API allows you to specify a driver URL to set up your printer. This release also restores nvidia support and updates the browser to Firefox 20.
Release Notes: A new installer feature gives you the choice to partition and install to a USB stick and use it as a read/write store, and upgrade from 'Squeeze' to 'Wheezy'.
Release Notes: This major release features the newly-opensourced Neon theme, used in Web signage applications around the world. The browser has been updated, and there are several bugfixes. "Install" users will be seamlessly upgraded using git-fs.