Linux flavor recommendations?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Fri May 26 14:11:08 UTC 2017

You probably want to point your virtualization software directly at the 
ISO file for whatever distro you choose. You don't need to write it to a 
disk first.

I've found the accessibility in the latest version of debian to be 
really good. It's worth considering. I use ubuntu in my job and that has 
been fine too.

On 05/26/2017 05:31 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>      Hi all,
> I'm just trying to get into Linux in general, and have been doing some
> reading about OSes.
> I've been reading a lot of good things about fedora, so my plan was to
> try it out in a VM before I do anything else.
> Trouble is, the media writer util doesn't seem to be accessible on
> windows with NVDA at all, so I'm just curious if fedora's still an
> option for blind folks?
> Or, even better and I know this is quite a broad topic, but if anyone
> has any OS recommendations that they think work particularly well, then
> please do let me know!
> I've heard good things about arch, which is the second one on my list if
> you will, any thoughts?
> Thanks for any help,
> Daniel
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