Instant WebKiosk is a free and refined “live” (no installation required) browser-only (only the browser interface will show up) operating system based on Linux Debian and designed for use inweb kiosks, multi-user “web workstations” (cafès, offices, schools, hotels) and digital signage deployments.
It makes use of Google Chromium as Internet browser and it features audio support, video filessupport, Adobe Flash support, PDF and images viewing, office files and compressed filessupport; it features full “i18n” (internationalization) including CJ input methods and a very usefulon-screen virtual keyboard for touch devices.
Instant WebKiosk operating system requires Ethernet connection (wired network) in order to access the Internet; network settings allow users to choose from DHCP behaviour (default) or assign the system a static IP address. Wireless networking is in active development.
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