Hello from a new member, and some questions

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Sun Jul 29 18:12:09 UTC 2007

Try for grml http://www.grml.org if that's what you want.  Understand at 
the boot prompt you need to type swspeak and hit enter for it to work 
though.  In an earlier version of it I have, grml did stop the disk 
spinning for the boot prompt then started it up in about 10 seconds.  The 
time gets extended if you type at the boot prompt too.

On Fri, 25 May 2007, Allison Mervis wrote:

> Hi all!
> My name is Allison, and I am very new to the world of Linux. I read what 
> seemed like the portions of the FAQ which pertain to my situation, but I 
> still have some questions.
> Right now, I'm using an Acer laptop running Windows XP home SP2. What I would 
> like to do is burn an image of a version of Linux bundled with a Screen 
> reader onto A CD, (I think the correct term is live CD) insert it into the 
> drive, restart my computer, and have Linux boot up talking. I do not own a 
> hardware synth, and I understand that this limits my options. I then want to 
> be able to restart the computer, and tell it to boot back up in windows. Is 
> such a thing possible? Thanks!
> Allison
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