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Raspberry Digital Signage displays web pages from LAN, Internet or internal (SD-card-hosted) folder in a restricted full-screen view. See the home page for cheap and extremely powerful web-based digital signage solution with the Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Digital Signage is in enlisted in the directory of Distrowatch and is a NEC Partner.

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Raspberry Slideshow is focused on quick-to-set-up image and video slideshows for the Raspberry Pi. Insert a USB key with image/video files or retrieval informations and boot: the system will display a slideshow of them in a full-screen view. See the home page for media slideshow digital signage.

Raspberry Slideshow is in enlisted in the directory of Distrowatch.

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Raspberry WebKiosk is designed for secure web kiosks and multi-user web workstations deployments (libearies, cafes, public internet browsing places) where people can surf the web with a normal browser. It’s not intended for digital signage because browser view is not fullscreen and it allows users interaction. See the home page.

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Secure-K OS for PC. I am part and CTO of the team, there at Mon-K Data Protection, who created Secure-K OS, an encrypted live operating system built for security and ease of use, with some impressive tech innovations.
Please have a look at the detailed description page for more information.

Some references:

  • Softpedia, Secure-K-Lite. An easy to use, secure, and portable operating system designed to protect your privacy
  • osEmotions, A Penguin tries out Secure-K OS, part I (a contibuted post on my blog related to the operating systems)