Installing ubuntu natty without eyes

mattias mj at mjw.se
Fri Apr 15 07:45:34 UTC 2011


yes but how to change it because orca not running on login screen

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Campbell [mailto:jwcampbell at gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 2:43 AM
To: mattias
Cc: ubuntu-accessibility at lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: Installing ubuntu natty without eyes


Hello Mattias,

Thank you for installing Ubuntu.  I'm sorry that you had difficulty with
Unity, or that you did not like it.

You can use the Gnome 2-style interface ("the old," as you refer to it). 

To use the previous-style interface, you will need to select the "Ubuntu
Classic" interface when you are logging in to Ubuntu.  When the login screen
comes up, select your user name, and then change the session from "Ubuntu"
to "Ubuntu Classic." 

The session chooser is in the bottom panel on the login screen. Remember
that the session chooser will only appear after you have selected your
username.

After you have changed the session, then enter your password, and press
Enter.

If this doesn't help you, please let us know.

Thanks very much!

Jim


On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 4:25 PM, mattias <mj at mjw.se> wrote:


Yes i have successfuly do it today
But I hate unity or what the new interface are called
How to switch to the old


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