is ubuntu good?
Hank Smith, and Seeing-eye dog Iona
hank.smith966 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 16:17:56 UTC 2015
the main problem I am having on the mate distros is that
administrative apps running as root is not working
this happens on a live distro invirement
I tried control t
as well to go to terminal with same results.
I am unable to find a work around for this
I am not trying to miss spread infomation
but from what I can tell there is no fix for this.
one of the examples I tried is
when it is ran orca stops speaking when I alt tab away from the window
the hard drive name
gparted is not accessible.
what the heck are people doing to get around this?On 8/18/2015 2:23 AM,
Tony Baechler wrote:
> Well, if what you're saying is true, how was I able to do a complete
> install by myself without help and why have other people on the Orca
> list had the same success? I'm sorry, but you're spreading
> misinformation. Please don't do that. If you're having problems,
> please ask or do some research, but please don't assume that Ubuntu,
> MATE or Orca are automatically at fault. In this case, you didn't
> press Super-S when the DVD booted, so Orca didn't start
> automatically. You shouldn't be running the partition manager with
> Alt-F1 or Alt-F2 regardless. You should get a message spoken when you
> press Super-S telling you that the screen reader is running. This is
> clearly documented on the Ubuntu accessibility wiki page. The super
> key is also known as the Windows key. If Super-S doesn't work, try
> Super-Alt-S. Also, no, it doesn't run Terminal at all during the
> installation. Orca speaks great in the terminal, even as root with sudo.
> On 8/17/2015 10:42 AM, Hank Smith, and Seeing-eye dog Iona wrote:
>> Hello you may want to give ubuntu mate a try?
>> how ever you are unable to run the partition manager when you alt f 1
>> and go
>> to the respective program to run it.
>> think it is running mate terminal wich causes orca to stop speaking
>> have yet
>> to find a fix for this wich is causing me to have second thoughts on
>> mate and mate as a hole have had nothing but problems with it.
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