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.

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Email use may be controlled also

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

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Use of instant messaging clients may also be controlled

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4 Comments

  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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