How to install Nanny on Mint 9 and Ubuntu 10.04

The Mail client tab allows you to configure access control for usage email clients.

Email use may be controlled also

The Install messaging tab allows you to configure access control for use of install messaging applications.

Use of instant messaging clients may also be controlled

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  1. This really would be great….IF…it worked. It doesn’t. Perhaps it did at one time, abut as of July 2013 it does not.

    • I said in a recent review (Mint 15) that that package has not been updated in a long time, so I’m not surprise that it does not work. I could not even get it to install in Mint 15.

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