Public access systems for libs/schools v.1.0

The PCPAC project describes a method for converting a Linux desktop distribution into a safe, reliable and efficient PAC, a Public Access Computer, for a library, school or waiting room. The intention is to have discussions about distros and scripts.

The PCPAC project describes a method for ...

 
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