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August 30, 2013 AT 1:00 am

Raspberry Pi Web Kiosk How To @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Via pricelessgeek.com:

This project came about as a need to have a web portal for our HR software installed in our break rooms. I needed a low budget, easy to deploy solution that anyone can use. The goals for the project were to have a web browser that allowed user access to only a few websites, a locked down browser, and an inability to access the OS. There are a ton of mini-PC’s available at a wide array of prices. As a Windows admin, I was initially considering Windows 7 Pro in an effort to minimize OS creep across my systems. After examining the available mini-computers, I discovered that by the time I had a viable Windows 7 machine, I was looking at $350 or more minimum for the completed system hardware without the Windows license. The Android machines all had touch screen interfaces or seemed like they may be more of a hassle to work with than I’d like. I kept coming back to the Raspberry Pi.

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