Slint 14.2.1rc2, last call for testing.
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Nov 11 17:07:52 UTC 2017
what desktop dous it use by default?
also is kde desktop accessible?
will voxin work?
On 11/11/2017 6:07 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Slint 14.2.1rc2, last call for testing.
> Last call means "all bug reports and comments posted before Monday 18
> November 2017 will be looked at before the official release."
> The ISO is here:
> Most prominent change: lightdm replaces lxdm as display manager.
> This allows to make Slint fully accessible with speech and braille, now
> also at runlevel 4, i.e. starting directly a graphical environment after
> log in.
> Some KDE apps like lokalize (not the KDE desktop itself) are now also
> On the other hand installing KDE is now optional.
> emacspeak as speechd-el are included, so emacs has now three ways to
> speak, including espeakup. You may use all three at the same time, if
> you don't fear cacophony...
> A documentation for each package is installed in
> As a reminder, MATE can be easily added to Slint, with these commands
> typed as root:
> slept-get -u
> slapt-get --install-set mate
> It is fully accessible with speech, as much as possible with braille.
> Please read carefully the relevant documents before installing or
> upgrading and testing:
> Before installing:
> More specifically about accessibility:
> If you who have already installed Slint64-14.2 or slint64-14.2.1RC and
> prefer to upgrade than isntall anew, you should also read:
> More specifically, folks having installed Slint64-4.2.1RC are encouraged
> to also read:
> I am looking forward for your feedback and questions.
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