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Bedtime controls the bedtime of your children by automatically disconnecting their devices from your Internet connection. It does this by replacing your ISP router as the source of IP addresses, which allows it to learn all the devices on your network and control their access. Parents can log into a Web interface, link devices to children, and set their bedtimes for school nights and weekends. Misbehaving children can be grounded, or children's access can be extended as a reward.

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  •  24 Dec 2013 15:43

    Release Notes: This is a feature release. Descriptions to children, parents, and (most importantly) devices make them easier to distinguish. Devices can be sorted. School holidays can be entered, during which there are no school nights. Data entered by parents can be backed up and restored. The current version can be downgraded to RPM or upgraded to a new version, but parents are advised to use clean installs after backup. There are some general beautifications and a performance improvement for the devices page.

    •  05 Dec 2013 20:55

      Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It changes the iptables format from local time rules with weekdays to ISO 8601 UTC fixed times that are recalculated hourly. This fixes a problem with iptables where time zone offsets are not calculated properly from local time. This is corrected in recent iptables versions, which means that this release requires Fedora 19. For CentOS 6.4, please continue to use the 1.0-2 RPM.


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