Raspberry Digital Signage
Raspberry Digital Signage displays web pages (network-fetched or SD-card-hosted) in a restricted full-screen view. Designed as a cheap and extremely powerful web-based digital signage solution with the Raspberry Pi.
- DistroWatch, Raspberry Digital Signage
- Linux.com, 7 Great New Open Source Projects
- NetworkWorld, Ten operating systems for the Raspberry Pi
- NetworkWorld, Ultimate guide to Raspberry Pi operating systems, part 1
- Info World, 10 more Raspberry Pi projects primed for IT
- Sixteen-nine, 11 Slices Of Raspberry Pi For Digital Signage
- Wickham Blog, Installing Instant WebKiosk/EDS on Raspberry Pi
- Embedded Linux Wiki, RPi Projects/Digital Signage
- Krausens Online, Digital-Signage mit Raspberry
- Raspberry Pi Geek 2018-06 (printed), Infoterminals mit Raspberry Digital Signage
- Softpedia, Raspberry Pi Digital Signage OS Updated to Debian Stretch
- Softpedia, Raspberry Digital Signage Now Works on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
- Small Business Computing, 5 Open Source Digital Signs for Small Businesses
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. Designed for media slideshow digital signage.
Raspberry Slideshow is in enlisted in the directory of Distrowatch.
- Distrowatch, Raspberry Slideshow
- HTML.it Blog, Immagini e video slideshow per Raspberry Pi
- Raspberry Pi Geek Magazine, February 2018 (printed), Show-Talent
- Softpedia, Raspberry Slideshow 10 Operating System Released for Raspberry Pi
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.
PC OPERATING SYSTEMS
Open Secure-K OS (i386, x64)
Open Secure-K OS is an operating system booting from a USB key in which you can safely create and store your personal and private data. It is an advanced Debian Stretch Linux-based live USB operating system built for security: user and system data are saved encrypted within the USB key (AES 512bit), so the system can be used as a clean and safe environment for your on-line security-critical activities.
Open Secure-K OS features a unique partitioning scheme, which allows complete system and kernel update with a readonly system partition.