How to start gnome-orca along with windows manager

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Thu Jan 18 04:47:41 UTC 2018

Ah I think I understand. Is there any way to know what display manager 
you're running? Many MATE desktop users have lxdm installed. It will 
help to use a terminal here. Go into mate-terminal and paste in this 
file /etc/systemd/system/display-manager.service
You should get something back that looks like
/etc/systemd/system/display-manager.service: symbolic link to 
Or if you get a message that says "command not found," run
sudo apt-get install file
and paste the first command again. I don't actually need to know the 
full filename, only the letters between the last / and .service, as that 
part will be the name of your display manager, which is the service 
responsible for showing the login prompt. Different display managers 
work differently. Some have a shortcut key or a way to run orca as they 
start, and others will require automatic login. Let me know what file 
the command shows you and I'll be able to help.
Imetumwa kutoka mtandao wangu

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