Ubunt build from 22.9.2011 is working officially with Orca support

Mgr. Janusz Chmiel chmeljanusz at seznam.cz
Fri Sep 23 11:40:12 UTC 2011

Dear users,
     I would liketo inform You, that You can run Ubuntu live CD, 
Uuntu11.10 with Orca support.
You must download one ofThe daily buids from here


You can burn it to A CD or You can alternatively use The Universal USB 
installer for Windows with ammazingly accessible GUI downloadable from here.


You must run The .exe program and accept The licence conditions
Select The choice
Try The unlisted Linux (new syslinux). To simply activate this choice, 
press The end key in The supported distributions list.
Choose The free USB flashdrive letter, check The format button if 
necessary and activate The next button. Confirm The dialog box, that You 
want to install to this drive and patiently wait.
When installation will be finished, You will The USB boot live flash 
drive and You will have The chance to use boot menu like booting from 
The CD.
So press Enter key twice, press F5 and press three number, not on The 
numeric keypad but on The uppest keyboard row.
Press Enter may be once or twice and wait patiently.
After Ubuntu login welcome sound, You will hear The welcome to Orca message.
You will have access only to The icons on The desktop, i can not 
determine how to access The applications list menu, but it will be 
probably ready later.
Also ALT+F2 dialog is now inaccessible, but may be, that BETA2 release 
will support it better or RC release.
So i would like to thank all engaged developer for official 
accessibility support.

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