trouble with 14.04

Rob Whyte fudge at thefudge.net
Fri Apr 18 03:43:54 UTC 2014


Is it possible you heard LVM?
Logical volume management I think it stands for.
it is a different way to manage your partitions.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_volume_management

LVM is not related to accessibility.

Thanks
Rob

On 18/04/14 13:11, chad baker wrote:
> hi i know during the installation it said use Ldm the box was unchecked i didn’t check it
> On Apr 17, 2014, at 11:05 PM, Rob Whyte <fudge at thefudge.net> wrote:
>
>> Hi Chad,
>> If by ldm you mean Lightdm, it may pay if you can give some more
>> information or correct me if I have assuemd something different.
>> Lightdm is the default desktop manager and unless you chose during your
>> user setup to be automatically logged in that is what should greet you.
>>
>> It would be a good idea if there were a Wiki that reflected
>> accessibility differences or cahnges between each Ubuntu release.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Rob
>>
>> On 18/04/14 12:59, chad baker wrote:
>>> i know during the installation i didn’t enable LDM should i have
>>> i’m new to 14.04
>>> i’ll give it a try again
>>> On Apr 17, 2014, at 7:53 PM, Rob Whyte <fudge at thefudge.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi Chad,
>>>> It is accessible.
>>>> Are you aware that super alt S starts Orca at the Lightdm login screen?
>>>> I do not think that the drum sound defaults to being enabled.
>>>> There has been quite a lot of bug fixing worked on for accessibility.
>>>> I hope once you get your system up and running you find the overall
>>>> experience a good one.
>>>>
>>>> Good luck
>>>> Rob
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 18/04/14 07:29, chad baker wrote:
>>>>> hi i just grabbed 14.04
>>>>> it restarted after the installation and not getting orca or the login drum
>>>>> also during the installation orca red no contents of what was being installed
>>>>> i’m guessing its not accessible
>>>>> thanks
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