[Wine] Cyber Cafe Pro on Linux

Alexander Nicolaysen Sørnes alex at thehandofagony.com
Tue Dec 5 09:10:08 CST 2006

Mandag 04 desember 2006 21:19, skrev vulani mabunda:
> Hi,
> I'm running an internet cafe using Cyber Cafe Pro software. This software
> is design soley for Windows platforms. We're constantly experiencing
> problems with Windows with regards to viruses and stability issues.
> Recently, we lost all our data and had to re-install.
>  May you please help us in flawlessly porting this application so that it
> can run on Linux both on the server and client sides. If this happens, it
> could mean an end to our nightmare with Windows!
> We have already tried Open Kiosk (which natively runs on Linux) prior to
> making my request. Open Kiosk is free but is not advanced enough to meet
> our requirements. For example, it can't allow us to control and charge for
> excessive bandwidth. We've done extensive research on what is available and
> so far Cyber Cafe Pro seems to meet all our requirements with the exception
> of running only on Windows. Hodoman works on Linux but isn't as advanced as
> Cyber Cafe Pro is.
> This is the reason why we are interested in trying to get Cyber Cafe Pro to
> work on Linux. Cyber Cafe Pro people aren't interested in assisting us with
> regards to porting their application to Windows.

KDE (http://www.kde.org/) has some KIOSK features, and is already in use in 
several Internet cafés; perhaps it has what you need?


Alexander N. Sørnes

>  Regards
>  Vulani Mabunda
>  CEO
>  Internet CAfe Jack
>  South Africa
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