Ubuntu-accessibility Digest, Vol 37, Issue 22

Herzog herzog at frontiernet.net
Fri Dec 26 00:40:56 GMT 2008

I need a name and password; and do not know a way out of that.  previous 
orca's about a year ago did offer a way out, but if it's there I haven't 
found it in new versions, Ubuntu 8.04 and it's updates.
Wil  (not the real Will)
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>    1. I have a question about the live cd (mike)
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> Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2008 19:49:52 -0600 (CST)
> From: "mike" <kb8aey at verizon.net>
> Subject: I have a question about the live cd
> To: "ubuntu" <ubuntu-accessibility at lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Hi, I decided to try the latest live CD today to see if the sound had been fixed yet.
> It boots, but seems to now have a password. I get the drum sound, and pressing enter only causes it to give the sound again.
> Does anyone know if ubuntu is now adding a required username and password to the live CD? Or if this is just a fluke in the current live CD.
> I know it could very well be that something is broken.
> Mike.
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