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Install parental controls on Linux Mint 10

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Linux Mint 10 comes pre-installed with a very simple application that could be considered a parental control tool. Other than being a basic, uni-directional domain blocker, it is does not provide any other feature. So, if you want a parental control tool, one that provides all the features you expect in an application of that sort, you will have to install Nanny, an application that is not installed, but is available in the repository.
 read more | score:8157 | -finid, December 3, 2010
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