Cheng Eu Chew
renedox at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 16:25:26 NZDT 2012
I believe that is the current plan - once we do actually get the
computer from Abhishek. As I understood it anyway.
One computer for general web surfing and use - relatively locked down
but kept at a usable state and "guaranteed" internet connectivity.
Another computer, also free access, for people to do other things like
dev and other crap - which also includes web surfing.
Cheng Eu Chew
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On 22 February 2012 16:21, Robin Paulson <robin at bumblepuppy.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Feb 2012 15:53:00 +1300, Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop
> Enterprises Ltd. wrote:
>> Sounds like a sensible approach - that machine was due for a scratch
>> So, set up an unprivileged guest account (named "guest") for
>> use & other users with real logins?
> for the general use machine?
> the suggestion was to have one account, no root access. then alan has
> root access and maintains it in a 'good' state
> the likelihood of people switching account for their use is pretty low,
> it generally gets used by each person for a web search or two/website
> update for maybe 10 minutes max. - but i might be wrong. also, I
> personally wouldn't be prepared to do too much administration on it,
> there's far more interesting stuff to do at tangle ball.
> for the 'dev' machine from abhishek? maybe one account, with sudo
> access, password written on the front. use it for anything, be prepared
> to re-format and install again in 6 months.
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