emacspeak on fedora20?

John G Heim jheim at math.wisc.edu
Mon Apr 6 17:44:54 UTC 2015

I would do a "manual" install.  Boot from a talking disk, partition the 
hard drive, install grub, install the base system, install a kernel, 
reboot.  I've never done it with a RH derived distro but it is not 
particularly difficult with debian. I'm sure googling will  get you 
instructions. As an emacspeak user, you probably won't find it beyond 
your abilities.

On 04/06/2015 12:25 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> Is orca the only way screen reader users can have fedroa20 install
> itself on a hard drive and come up talking on the reboot after
> installation? Once some form of screen reader is working, what command
> needs to be run to start such a hard drive installation too?  I'd like
> to have fedora20 use emacspeak to operate the screen reader once installed.
> -- Twitter: JudeDaShiell
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