Most speech friendly linux?
ldavis at shellworld.net
Sat Apr 3 05:29:31 UTC 2004
What do you mean still? It never was the most speech friendly.
For the most part, that honor went to Slackware, and has for years.
I think the happy medium between Slackware's accessibility out of the box,
and Redhat's interfaces and full-featuredness, is Debian (having used all
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004, Jim Stevenson wrote:
> Is redhat 9 still the most speech friendly?
> Who is selling desktops and laptops with linux already talking?
> If you must quote me, please put your comments first.
> I have already listened to mine.
> I read email with speech.
> So it is not possible to scroll past the quotes without listening to them again,
> to quickly get to the new information.
> Thanks much again as always.
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