Ubuntu-accessibility Digest, Vol 60, Issue 1

herzog herzog at frontiernet.net
Tue Nov 2 00:59:51 GMT 2010


I tried, and am very happy with Vinux.
It uses Ubuntu 10.4, and has orca.
It almost installed and works without my sight being needed.
I have to reboot orca via altplus F2; orca enter steps.

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>     1. Re: Install ubuntu with orca (Charlie Kravetz)
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> Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2010 06:26:04 -0600
> From: Charlie Kravetz<cjk at teamcharliesangels.com>
> Subject: Re: Install ubuntu with orca
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> On Sun, 31 Oct 2010 01:15:16 +0200
> "mattias"<mj at mjw.se>  wrote:
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>> I find a litle guide how to install ubuntu with orca
>> But the guide whas for ubuntu 9.04 and not work with newer versions
>>
>>      
> This is an item that will be updated as soon as we have the time. I
> have been trying to update the developers wiki first, then can update
> the guide at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Accessibility/doc/ .
> Unfortunately, you still will not be able to install the latest
> release, Ubuntu 10.10, with orca. The installer at this time is not
> usable for us. That is a separate issue that is being worked on by
> developers.
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> What is the address of the guide you are attempting to use? I would be
> happy to take a look and see if it can be updated to at least 10.04.
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> - -- 
> Charlie Kravetz
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