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  • thmtrxhsu
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    Not like deep freeze. This is a blatant lie. Deep Freeze freezes the whole partition including system files, not just the user like this product. Perhaps the author thought that linux was safe enough from root access attacks, but I couldn't disagree more. As evidence of this, consider all the Ubuntu security updates. If no threat is serious, why release an update at all? So you see, this product falls incredibly short. If a virus infects the root, you are done. Not true with deep freeze on Windows, though I do acknowledge some malware makers embed deep freeze mitigations on Windows.

    Posted 08/19/2015
  • bundlestuff
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    Worked fine for preliminary reboot. After the second reboot, I could not enter text under the "frozen" user. This is on Ubuntu 13.10--the directions are poor at best, and I'm not sure if what I want is what your designed for. However, I encountered the same problem when I was trying on my own to automate a Deep Freeze with crontab @reboot script, so problem may be something in latest Ubuntu. It is almost as if there are other files besides in home/username that control terminal input. I also wondered if there was something in gconf that messed up?

    Posted 03/06/2014
  • dillonbutler
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    Simple. Useful. Light.

    Posted 02/14/2013
  • ryanmatthews
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    Easy to run dafturnofris-id

    Posted 01/22/2013
  • nathanruis
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    dafturnofris-id works nicely

    Posted 11/07/2012
  • lukebrooks
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    dafturnofris-id is fast and easy to use

    Posted 09/18/2012