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Network Troublshooting => General Networking Support in Linux => Topic started by: chiefdembe on February 17, 2013, 07:30:25 AM

Title: how to use linux for an internet cafe
Post by: chiefdembe on February 17, 2013, 07:30:25 AM
Does anyone have an idea how i can network linux for an internet cafe environment

is cybera available for linux

internet cafes in are complaining of viruses, so thought i could move them to linux and then use win, but the trouble is the networking bit,

anyone with a tutorial on linux networking for newbies

Moderator edit.  Commercial link removed. dalek
Title: Re: how to use linux for an internet cafe
Post by: Naba_das on October 27, 2014, 10:52:39 AM
Hi chiefdembe,

You have first install Linux and configure networking router
Please see the below mention link for router configure in linux.

http://computernetworkingnotes.com/network-administrations/linux-as-router.html
Title: Re: how to use linux for an internet cafe
Post by: johnkingx on November 11, 2014, 04:35:10 AM
u can try Zencafe GNU/Linux its a desktop Linux distribution designed specifically for public Internet cafés. Based on Slackware and Zenwalk Linux, it includes auto-recovery features, Internet café billing and management software, and other graphical system administration tools. Zencafe's default edition uses Xfce as the main desktop, while its "Lite" edition, designed for older or less powerful computers, installs the IceWM window manager.