I question about how does a blind person get speech going on a Ubentu System.
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Fri Dec 27 19:39:49 UTC 2019
To get orca running, first do you have auto login or do you have to enter a
password? If you have a password than you should be able to just press
ault supper s and orca should come up talking. I think this works after
login as well but don't remember as it's been sometime since I did an
install of ubuntu system. Not sure off the top of my head but there is a
ubuntu accessibility list which should help with what you want.
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Subject: I question about how does a blind person get speech going on a
Hello my subject line says it all, I am totally blind. I downloaded a
copy of Desktop Ubentu 18.3. This distribution has been installed in a
virtual Machine. After installation the system is running the GUI
Interface. I would like to use Orca four scream Reading access? How can
I due this?
Sincerely Maurice Mines.
PS this email has been dictated to my Mac Book pro. Please forgive any
mistakes?I hope that this is readable?
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