We have an unattended kiosk at a local sports arena that currently runs a hardened Linux distribution from a CD-ROM ISO. The project that produced the distribution is no longer active -- in fact, it disappeared from the internet.
What I'm looking for is a Linux kiosk distribution which:
- Boots from CD (no hard drive installation)
- Only runs a web browser
- Restarts the web browser automatically when closed (or after a time-out period)
- Does not allow any keyboard shortcuts (to open a terminal, etc...)
- Can survive the Kiosk Attack Tools (http://ikat.ha.cked.net)
I know that there are lots of Google results for this sort of thing, and if I had the time, I would follow one of the myriad guides to "roll my own"... but I just don't have the time.
Can any of you recommend a distribution that you have personally used to fulfill this need?