Trying to get started

Antony Stone Antony.Stone at
Wed Aug 3 16:37:35 UTC 2011

On Wednesday 03 Aug 2011 17:23:05 José Vilmar Estácio de Souza wrote:

> Hi.
> If you install ubuntu 11.04 with the accessibility profile enabled, the
> classic gnome interface will be configured as the default. To enable the
> accessibility profile you need to press the f5 key in some part of the
> boot. I don't remember exactly in which part, but I think that is after
> choose the language.

Okay, that's very good to know, however I think I prefer to avoid the CapsLock 
bug :)

> Actually  I am using ubuntu 10.10 with orca from git repository. One
> reason to not use 11.04 is the problem of the CapsLock key.
> It is very simple to install orca from the git repository.

Thanks - presumably you install with accessibility options selected, and then 
build/install Orca from the Git source to bring it up to date?

One final question - have I got the best-available documentation for keyboard 
commands, to be able to navigate around the Gnome desktop, control 
applications etc?  I'm using

Thanks for the help :)


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