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Linux based Cyber cafe solution or Hotspot application

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Hi all
I am looling for Linux based time management System for Cyber cafe or Internet cafe.. and HotSpot.. application

Thanks in Advance

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Hello,

I can suggest you to take a look of these two options:

Mkahawa  http://mkahawa.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php

Cybera  http://sourceforge.net/projects/cybera/

They are good ones, run on top of a Linux box and they are user friendly .

hth..

--Ivan.
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Hi Ivan

Thanks for the input .. I will have a look later

But you are not aware of any opensource HOTSpot toolsets?

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