Paul Flynn wrote:
> Hi All,
>> I have been wondering if there is a distribution/window manager for end
> user that all they need is mozilla and/or email? I was looking into
> gnome and kde but I believe they are to big for what I need.
>> What I am looking for is a simple linux client for non tech. users just
> so they can learn how to use the web and email . They live in Donegal so
> I wont be able to make many house calls :) . I have a old machine which
> fedora etc runs fine on but I would like very little for them to click
> on .....
>> Does anyone know if this has been tryed before and if so how did people
> get on?
Isn't that what the unison boxes did?
You may be able to xinit `which mozilla`
Note mozilla has a fullscreen mode toggled by F11
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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