Projects / OpenKiosk


OpenKiosk is a multi-platform kiosk management system for public terminals and kiosks. X11 and Windows clients are currently supported. Whether you are an Internet Cafe operator or a librarian, Openkiosk can make your life easier.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  09 Aug 2005 17:38

    Release Notes: This release fixed a critical bug in which unclosed socket connections left over time can crash the server.

    •  05 Aug 2005 05:38

      Release Notes: The applet portion was rewritten to support a larger display and easier access to the session management button. Bugfixes include the login dialog hiding problem and mouse/keyboard grabbing anomaly.

      •  01 Aug 2005 13:04

        Release Notes: This is the OpenKiosk 2.0 NodeView port for Windows. It is built using the recently released Open Source edition of Qt4 for Windows.

        •  27 Jul 2005 11:48

          Release Notes: This release fixes a critical server bug in which customers can keep reloading their OpenKiosk prepaid or member accounts indefinitely. In addition, a new configuration tool was added to configure the Kiosk Web Desktop Application feature.

          •  20 Jul 2005 08:08

            Release Notes: This release features a major code overhaul from earlier versions. Notably, the kiosk locker window no longer runs in the address space of KDE's kicker. Instead, a proxy applet launches a separate KioskLock process and communicates to it via DCOP (KDE's IPC mechanism). This way, switching to Kiosk-Mode UI can be a seamless process. In addition, initial support for deploying kiosk desktop Web applications (HTML + JavaScript + Java + Flash) is now included.


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