[ubuntu-studio-devel] ubuntu studio accessibility
jimmy at sjolund.se
Sat Aug 10 21:54:55 UTC 2013
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 6:51 PM, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982 at gmail.com>wrote:
> if ubuntustudio uses gnome, unity, or gnome shell desktops then its just a
> matter of making sure at-spi and qt-at-spi are up to date, gnome-orca is
> installed and latest espeak is installed. Orca may need scripted to work
> better with some audio apps and midi apps.
I've been on vacation but catching up with my inbox now. Ubuntu Studio use
Xfce as a default desktop so far. The packages above are already within
Ubuntu repositories so adding them should be "easy enough". I'm curious
though if it's possible to include for instance Orca already at the
installation? So far my searches have only come up with instructions on how
to use Orca and similar applications when the OS is installed, but nothing
so far on how to do the actual installation. It seems Vinux,
http://vinuxproject.org/, boot into live cd first which then starts Orca so
you can navigate around to start the installation. I suppose a similar
approach would be possible with Ubuntu Studio, but I need to take a closer
Which distro do you use today?
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