Building a secure kiosk with Embedded Linux

Friday, 26 April 2002, 12:10 PM EST

In this informative and entertaining technical article, embedded developer Patrick Glennon relates his experiences in creating a small Linux-based system for a client that required robust, easy-to-use, low-cost kiosks for conducting surveys at hotels. Glennon makes use of Intrinsyc's CerfPod as the kiosk's base platform, and equips it with open source software such as the Familiar project's Linux distribution for the iPAQ and the Dillo browser.

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