Orca and the Live CD

Mike reiser metalhead1009000 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 17:14:58 BST 2007

that was supposed to have been fixed but that bug persists.  Waiting to here 
from the person responsible for emplamenting the work on orca on how the 
progress on this bug is going..  Stay tuned hopefully it'll be fixed before 
final release.  mike
aim screen name: chrchmiker.  msn screen name; miker1988 at cox.net.  blog url: 
http://archenemy6661.livejournal.com feel free to comment!
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Simon Bienlein" <s.bienlein at gmx.de>
To: "ubuntu-accessibility" <Ubuntu-accessibility at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2007 5:46 AM
Subject: Orca and the Live CD

> Hi,
> I am interested in version 7.10 that is currently still in development
> and that is supposed to be released on October 18. Upon testing the live
> CD of September 21, I noticed that my BrlTTY Braille display was
> recognized but that the screen reader Orca could not be started. My
> brother deleted a panel applet as this caused an error. Then, I pressed
> Alt+F2 and entered orca. Nothing happened. Neither was I able to
> retrieve the Orca version via the console (Strg+Alt+F1) with the command
> "orca --version". I did not receive an output and the input prompt of
> the shell was not displayed either.
> How should one proceed if one wants to try out or install the Ubuntu
> Live CD with the screen reader Orca?
> The unstable version of Debian GNU/Linux works flawlessly with Orca on
> my laptop. Therefore, I actually rule out problems with the hardware
> support of my laptop.
> Thanks in advance for your hints.
> Simon
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