I am running xfce on latest Ubuntu.
I want to make it autologin for a user account when booting and put some icons on the desktop then lock down the desktop so the user can't remove any icons, can't right click or modify anything.
I also want to remove all the panels(I have 2). I can remove the first one but the last I can't see how to remove.
This might help: http://wiki.xfce.org/howto/kiosk_mode
That seems to be what I am looking for but there's no /etc/xdg/xfce4/kiosk directory on my pc. Do I need to install it? I am running latest ubuntu
I believe you just have to create the folder and the kioskrc file with your configs.
I tried the kiosk thing but it did not help me with anything.
I still can see the panel and can't remove it.
I still can right click on the desktop and get the menu, I want to not be able to right click on the desktop
Any ideas? Please help
Can you post you kioskrc file?
Regarding menu on righ click you can desable it on desktop settings
regardless of what I have there the result is the same
the panel can't be removed and always shows up. I did what you showed in the screenshot and I can still right click on desktop
any other ideas? maybe there's a global config file that overrules the user configs?
You are right.
I did some more research and found this http://forum.xfce.org/viewtopic.php?id=5681
Regarding the panel, you can always set it to completly transparent and auto-hide.