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Install Nanny on Linux Mint 9 and Ubuntu 10.04

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Nanny is a very powerful parental control tool developed for Guadalinex, a desktop Linux distribution derived from Ubuntu. Nanny gives you the power to regulate computer and applications usage in a manner that no tool on Ubuntu or Mint can.

This tutorial shows how to add Guadelinex's repository to Ubuntu and Mint, and then how to configure its powerful parental control features.
 read more | score:7898 | -finid, July 14, 2010
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