vinux install

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at
Fri Apr 24 14:15:21 UTC 2015

It will be interesting to see if alt-control-s works and then find out 
what happens after that.  If an install md5sum is generated as well as a 
perfect iso md5sum and the perfect iso fails but the install md5sum passes 
and an installation happens so long as the installer can detect and flag 
corrupted packages on the iso for installing off the internet vinux or for 
that matter any other distro will get to installers in a more robust 

-- Twitter: JudeDaShiell

On Fri, 24 Apr 2015, John G Heim wrote:

> You might try alt+control+s. That is the normal key to get an accessible 
> login in ubuntu. It should come up talking though.  I guess you don't need me 
> to tell you something is wrong.
> You might also consider asking for help on the vinux support list. It's a 
> little ironic that there has been a thread on the vinux support list about 
> doing a talking install of debian while on this list, we're talking about 
> installing vinux.
> On 04/24/2015 05:08 AM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
>> I did the vinux install.  The computer restarts and I had require
>> password to log in checked and orca appears nowhere to be found.  I
>> tried alt-control-o and alt-control-r and tried typing alt-f2 followed
>> by orca <cr> and alt-f2 followed by orca -s <cr> and no speech.  This is
>> the amd64 version of vinux4.  I have the archlinux disk back in the sled
>> otherwise I'd not be able to write this message.  I chose to have
>> updates done and to have the extra closed source software installed too
>> when I did this install.  I'm thinking of doing a reinstall without
>> password required to log in just to see if I can reach orca on this
>> system's hard drive.  Ideas for anything else to try will be much
>> appreciated at this point.
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