Setting up Orca to use my Braille display on Ubuntu 12.04
John G. Heim
jheim at math.wisc.edu
Sun Mar 24 18:22:09 UTC 2013
As someone else said, you need to install brltty. I hooked up my braille
display and enabled braille in orca and was surprised it did not work.
But then I thought I'd make sure there wasn't something wrong with the
braille display so I installed brltty. Just like that, braille started
working in orca. I didn't even have to restart orca.,
I suspect the reason gnome.org is blocking your mail is that you can't
do a host lookup on mout.perfora.net. A huge percentage of mail servers
out there block mail from a machine that identifies itself by a name
that cannot be looked up with a DNS query. I don't know who is managing
your mail server but you really need to get that fixed or you are going
to have problems with a lot more than gnome.org.
On 03/23/2013 07:29 PM, John J. Boyer wrote:
> This message was originally sent to the orca list. However, gnome.org
> persists in blocking my outgoing mail server, mout.perfora.net . They
> have been asked to stop doing so more than once. The last time my
> messages got through for a brief period.
> When Ubuntu boots brltty starts and recognizes my Braille display. How
> can I set up Orca to use it? According to a message on the orca list a
> few days ago the latest version does not support Braille. How can I
> avoid getting this in future updates?
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