Webconverger is a Live Web kiosk Linux distribution for public places. It is designed to get you on the Web easily without compromising your privacy.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based Office/Business|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Web|
Release Notes: Printing support has been completely overhauled. The new printing API allows you to specify a driver URL to set up your printer. This release also restores nvidia support and updates the browser to Firefox 20.
Release Notes: A new installer feature gives you the choice to partition and install to a USB stick and use it as a read/write store, and upgrade from 'Squeeze' to 'Wheezy'.
Release Notes: This major release features the newly-opensourced Neon theme, used in Web signage applications around the world. The browser has been updated, and there are several bugfixes. "Install" users will be seamlessly upgraded using git-fs.
Release Notes: A new API for simple white and black listing has been introduced. The browser has been updated to Firefox 16.0.2. The font rendering looks a lot prettier, and the browser boots up much quicker now.
Release Notes: Webconverger now has the ability to upgrade itself from a github repository using inhouse-developed Open Source software. This release restores printing and support for old PCs with a 486 kernel. With this release, you could set up a reliable Web access point in your home with an old computer.