Gnome Nanny is an easy way to control what your kids are doing in
the computer. You can limit how much time a day each one of them is
browsing the web, chatting or doing email. You can decide at which
times of the day the can do this things as well.
Gnome Nanny filters what web pages are seen by each user, so you can
block all undesirable webs and have your kids enjoy the internet
with ease of mind, no more worries!
The GNOME Nanny application enables you to control what system users do. GNOME Nanny provides the following features:
Control which websites the user can and can't access.
At what times of the week and for how long a user can:
Be using the computer
Browse the web
Control computer usage
This is is the GNOME Administration Console.
The window is divided into two sections, users and actions. The users
are listed in the column of the left, and the actions are divided in the
tabs at the top of the window. Each tab controls a different application,
having a week timetable and a maximum hours per day field to configure.
Control web access
In the Web Content Filter Configuration window you can handle the
list of forbidden and allowed sites, each list being in its own tab.
Add elements to the list, edit them or remove them.
System Tray Notifications
A GNOME Nanny icon lives in the user's system tray, notifying him
when his usage time is finishing for the session or an application.
Text by Luis de Bethencourt and Roberto Majadas
For more information visit the GNOME Nanny Help