Orca does not speak

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Tue Jan 15 17:55:56 UTC 2019

OK, one more nit on this argument ...

Linux for blind general discussion writes:
> Typing "orca -r", you kill this process (i.e., you remove it from
> the RAM), and you replace it with a new one.
The reason this is flawed is that there is no longer a Orca running once
the pid has been killed. Restarting Orca involves assigning a new pid to
it for inter-process communications. But, that's not a replacement, it's
an application restart that necessarily includes acquiring a process id.

Now, if you could magically give Orca a new pid without killing the app,
then perhaps replace might be appropriate.

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