How can I setup 16.04 as a Chrome-based "kiosk"? I.e.:
chrome --kioskas the only app visible to user,
- user can only click on what's showed by Chrome (no Settings, Unity or other apps or other URLs),
- ideally user has maximally limited privileges,
- user has "autologin" (no password required) enabled,
- admin/superuser can login with some magical key combination or something (e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1 + login + password) and switch to "full friendly desktop".
Basic googling and other AskUbuntu answers lead me only to some old guides, ~14.04 or older, which I have trouble applying in 16.04 because of many differences between the distributions (systemd vs. old init, also big changes in GUIs, esp. for system settings).
edit: Ideally, I'd prefer a console/script-based guide, so that I could automate it over many computers. But a GUI-based guide would be still better than nothing.