Emacspeak, Voxin, And The Jenux Operating System

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Sun Jan 6 19:02:18 UTC 2019

I think this distro also has a android installer for uinstalling android 
on to a pc

last I tried this distro I couldn't get it to even boot

On 1/6/2019 11:54 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Greetings all!
> I saw a topic about Manjaro Linux earlier today, and just wanted to share
> the following, even though I think it may have been discussed in some
> detail on here in the past (with mixed thoughts.) I'm also gonna mention
> some stuff about Emacspeak too, along with some "Voxin" talk (since I
> recently bought that Boxin IBM TTS voice for 4.63 USD recently.)
> Anyway...
> There is the "Jenux" operating system created by Daniel Nash, which has
> recently been updated with its ISO installer file, plus there's also the
> Virtualbox file you can get as well.
> There's a long discussion about it which I made (featuring said developer,)
> over at:
> http://forum.audiogames.net/topic/26881/jenux-os-the-next-jen/
> , and the official place to grab the ISO and/or the Oracle VirtualBox
> Appliance file over at:
> https://nashcentral.duckdns.org:8100 /projects.html
> Lastly, if folks haven't heard yet, the "Oralux.Org Association," creators
> of Voxin (who caries licenses for "Nuance TTS Voices," and making it  easy
> for them to be install,) is coming out with "Vocalizer" voices for Linux in
> the 2nd quarter of 2019!
> To learn more about that, and to grab the "Emacspeak" and "VoxinUp"
> installers for the Emacspeak audio desktop and the Speakup screen reader
> respectively, take a trip on over to:
> https://voxin.oralux.net/o
> NB I still run in Windows 10 mostly, thus trying out many distros in a VM,
> though I'm getting a linux Laptop in do time. Some say get Dell, some say
> get Thinkpad, though many are scared of the Lenovo brand name.
> Anyway, that's all I wanted to say. Have a great day!
> Sincerely,
> Trenton Matthews
> PS. Since I menton Emacspeak here, and I've been enjoying it in an Ubuntu
> 18.04 VM recently with Emacs 26.1, might as well share the blog to it:
> https://emacspeak.blogspot.com/?m=1
> In addition, here's the easiest way with installing Emacs 26 on Ubuntu, for
> those who use a version of said distros:
> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kelleyk/emacs sudo apt-get update sudo apt
> install emacs26
> :
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