Ofris, the alternative to Deep Freeze for Ubuntu


Surely many of you know Deep freeze And you know what it is for, but for those who do not describe it easily:

More than once you have gone to a cyber-cafe and you have realized that the changes you made were gone the next day.

This is done with programs like Deep Freeze that freeze the changes you make to your system, both the modification of the files and the settings will disappear when the computer is restarted.

Ofris is the perfect alternative to Deep Freeze for Linux, very easy to install and to use.

For install it in Ubuntu you just have to open the terminal and write the following:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: tldm217 / tahutek.net
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ofris-en

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Once installed you just have to insert the following command to run the program:

ofris-in

When you open the program you just have to select what you want to do, you can choose to freeze the system for the same user you are using or for another and later you can unlock the system in the same way.

Then I leave a video-tutorial (in English) about the use of Ofris in Ubuntu:

You can visit the official page of the project

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