Parental control is a feature you’ll find in the Switchboard (System Settings) of elementary OS 0.4, the latest edition of the desktop distribution that’s based on Ubuntu 16.04.
That feature is the result of the aptly-named Parental Control plug of the distribution’s System Settings. There are other such applications available for installation on this and other Linux distributions, but this one is built-in and easy to configure.
elementary OS is a Linux desktop distribution that’s based on Ubuntu. The project’s goal is crafting a “fast and open replacement for Windows and macOS”.
The latest, stable edition, with a core that’s based on Ubuntu 16.04, is elementary OS 0.4, code-named Loki.
This article provides a walk-through of the distribution’s most important features.
The distribution’s login screen. By default, a guest account is enabled.
There are a lot of operating system updates to end out October and begin November... Even the "open-source Windows" ReactOS is out with a new test release.
The latest version of OpenIndiana, the Illumos-powered Solaris distribution letting OpenSolaris live on in community form, is now available.
OpenIndiana is a free and open-source Unix operating system, based on Illumos and derived from OpenSolaris. The latest version, 2016.10, was announced by Alexander Pyhalov on October 31, 2016.
The OpenIndiana 2016.10 "Hipster" release comes with a large number of updated components, new features and under-the-hood improvements, but the most exciting ones are the migration to FreeBSD Loader, porting of Intel KMS (Kernel Mode Setting), implementation of Python 2.7 by default, removal of Sun SSH, and MATE 1.14 desktop, which is now integrated and installed by default.