So you have a successfully installed Debian Jr. system. What now? The sys admin will want to create children's accounts with adduser, and ensure that the window manager you have selected for them starts on their accounts by default.
Now, take a little tour of it yourself. Have a look at the window manager's menus. From here, you will be able to find virtually every program installed with Debian Jr. Try them out. Tailor the configurations to suit the children's needs. Once you are satisfied with the initial state of their accounts, have the children log in and start being their guide.
This is where our work leaves off and yours begins. There are many ways that
Debian Jr. could be improved. There is a lot of grunt work in getting a system
ready for any set of users with specific needs. Perhaps you will put some
effort into this and would like to see your hard work benefit other Debian Jr.
users. Please drop us a note on our
mailing list, where users and developers discuss these issues together.
Comments from your experience using Debian Jr. are valuable to us.
Debian Jr. Quick Guide23 March 2003