ubuntu mait help

Tony Baechler tony at baechler.net
Sat Sep 12 09:54:41 UTC 2015

Yes, that is the Ubuntu accessibility guide.  I didn't find it confusing. 
What did you find confusing about it?  If you don't report problems, they 
don't get fixed.

Yes, Ubuntu and Debian should be able to find your wireless card.  Ubuntu 
includes non-free firmware, so I would try that first.  How old are the 
computers?  I ask because if they're really old, they might no longer be 
supported or might not be able to run the live DVD.

On 9/11/2015 5:54 PM, Cheryl Homiak wrote:
> Well, I went looking for this, partly because it seems you've gotten no
> answer and partly because I have a frustrating situation with two old
> computers with different wifi cards that can respond to a scan but don't
> connect. I was thinking about trying the live cd in them to see whether that
> would do wifi for either of these machines but frankly this link below looks
> rather confusing so I don't know whether or not I'll try it. I imagine you
> have already read this so it's probably not helpful but it's all I've found
> so far.
> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Accessibility/doc/StartGuide
> --
> Cheryl

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