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Aussie prisoners escape lock-in with Ubuntu

Ambush (120586) writes | more than 5 years ago

Linux Business 2

Ambush (120586) writes "Shameless self-plug... A prison in Canberra Australia is deploying another 30 transparent desktops running Ubuntu Linux for use by their inmates. This will supplement stage-1 of a network comprising of Ubuntu servers and desktops which my company recently deployed. Prisoners have extremely limited access to email and web browsing, as well streaming media, educational applications, etc. More info here."

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Ambush (120586) | more than 5 years ago | (#28081189)

err, oops. More info here [] .

Repeat after me; must use preview... must use preview... must use preview...

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Ambush (120586) | more than 5 years ago | (#28081207)

It looks like I didn't see the previous article here [] from a couple of hours earlier.
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