I've used bugme <https://github.com/mit-athena/bugme> (both as a user and
administrator) before. It's pretty simple, it just wraps around a user's
actual session and can kill the session after the time limit expires. It
can also display a counter and warnings that the limit is near.
On Wed, 18 Mar 2015, Laura Krier wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm starting to investigate software that we could install on a few of our
> public workstations that would limit the length of time a user could be
> logged in. This would be done to establish a few computers as "print only"
> or "brief use only" computers. I've seen this in other libraries, but I'm
> having a hard time searching: all I'm finding are tools for parental
> control of home computers.
> Does anyone have any software recommendations for me?