Console based linux.
jdashiel at shellworld.net
Fri Nov 13 11:45:09 UTC 2009
debian slackware and grml are three distros that just use the standard
cd's to do accessible installations.On Tue, 27 May 2008, Tim Chase wrote:
>> Can anyone recomend any linux that only come as a console-based interface.
> As you mention, Debian will do quite nicely. For a while I had an ancient
> laptop (P133 with 32 megs of memory) that ran console Debian. It worked
> fairly well -- minus the lousy battery.
>> Debian of course is but how about gento or how do you spell it?
> Yes, Gentoo should work just fine from the console, as would any number of
> distros such as Red Hat/Fedora, Slackware (my first distro), and others.
> Personally, I've used the power of "apt-get" in Debian and it's hard to go
> back to other distros.
>> Can you install gento with speech or braille?
> I'm nearly certain that it's possible to use speech/braille with most
> distros, however, the ability to use them during the installation process is
> a bit more particular. Most that allow for it provide a specialized/modified
> boot-CD to accommodate.
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