trouble with setting up auto starting of orca
William.Walker at Sun.COM
Thu Jun 21 19:07:07 BST 2007
You might try:
Alt+F1, then navigate to System->Preferences->Sessions. This will run
the gnome-session-properties application where you can add orca as a
Alt+F1, then navigate to System->Preferences->Accessibility. This will
run the gnome-at-properties application where you can enable orca via
the "Start screenreader and magnifier at log in" checkbox.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, 2007-06-21 at 11:36 -0500, mike coulombe wrote:
> Hi, I am using the latest version of ubuntu that is now under development.
> After getting updates today I see the accessible login works differently. I get a message saying you have to be the root user to configure gdm.
> When I run gdm from the terminal it says it is already running.
> My question is, how do we set orca to start when you login since the old way is no longer axcessable from the gnome desktop.
> X-Antivirus: avast! (VPS 000751-2, 06/21/2007), Outbound message
> X-Antivirus-Status: Clean
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