Linux flavor recommendations?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri May 26 16:50:58 UTC 2017
Ah... found the isos, they were right at the bottom of the page so will
try one and see what results I get...
Cheers for the help,
On 5/26/2017 2:04 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Maybe there is no need to write it to disk. Any modern VM tool can mount from ISO directly. What VM are you using?
> Yea fedora is a good choice i also used it for many years without big trouble.
> Cheers Chrys
> Am Freitag 26. Mai 2017 schrieb Linux for blind general discussion:
>> 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,
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