ubuntu mait help

Cheryl Homiak cah4110 at icloud.com
Sat Sep 12 16:39:01 UTC 2015

Well, since I was only looking at it casually I didn't take time to report it and i don't intend to do so but thanks for the advice. I guess I thought all the instructions for arrowing down for this and that and holding shift down and hoping you know when to do the menu choices was confusing but I wouldn't report something like that unless I had actually tried it and was still confused. Then of course I would report it.

> On Sep 12, 2015, at 4:54 AM, Tony Baechler <tony at baechler.net> wrote:
> 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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