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When building a Kiosk, I would first list what is the expected behavior. Expected behavior of a Kiosk should be, from your question : A single graphical application to run fullscreen This graphical application is started automatically when the server boot up In the case that a user is able to stop the application (on purpose or after an error), this ...
I've covered this a few times on the site and again on my blog (from Ubuntu Server (recommended) or from Ubuntu Desktop). I wouldn't mess around with trying to selectively unhook things from the traditional Ubuntu desktop, just load X and the application. It sounds gritty but it's fairly basic and only involves just a few tasks: Disabling LightDM (if ...
Enter this in the terminal: gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.session user-show-menu false And then reboot the machine. (In the other thread they suggest to use unity --replace & but it's always better to reboot). Source: askubuntu.com
One solution is to first increase the thickness of the menu bar, then second to change the icon size (replace the small icons with bigger icons) for the close, min, and restore buttons. You can use the answers at these two pages to accomplish that: Increase Menu Bar Size How can I get bigger window buttons in unity ?
I had the same problem and I found that the menu bar depends on which session you use not on the new and old user. If you use gnome classic you ain't going to find ordinary menu bar but by clicking on RB icon (name) on the the desktop top bar you will find everything you want.
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