Custom Linux Kiosk Operating System (2006)


In 2006, I spearheaded the development of a Custom Linux Kiosk Operating System tailored for simplified web surfing experiences in public environments.


  • Led the design and development of the lightweight operating system.
  • Collaborated with the team to streamline features for web browsing efficiency.
  • Ensured compatibility with a range of hardware configurations for widespread deployment.


  • Linux Kernel
  • Minimalist User Interface
  • Web Browser Integration
  • Security Protocols


  • Engineered a lightweight Linux OS optimized for web browsing.
  • Designed a minimalist user interface for intuitive navigation.
  • Integrated a secure web browser to ensure safe online experiences.
  • Conducted rigorous testing to ensure stability and reliability in kiosk settings.


  • Simplifying the operating system while maintaining essential functionalities.
  • Ensuring compatibility with diverse hardware setups for widespread adoption.
  • Addressing security concerns to safeguard user privacy and system integrity.


  • Facilitated seamless web surfing experiences in public kiosk environments.
  • Enhanced user accessibility through a simplified operating system interface.
  • Strengthened system security to mitigate potential vulnerabilities.


The development of the Custom Linux Kiosk Operating System in 2006 reflects our dedication to crafting user-centric solutions for public browsing environments. By prioritizing simplicity, security, and reliability, we optimized the web surfing experience while ensuring widespread compatibility and ease of use. This project underscores our commitment to innovation and excellence in addressing unique operational requirements.