Anything besides vanilla Arch?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu May 7 19:48:56 UTC 2020
There was a project (now discontibued, I think) called TalkingArch,
initially maintained by Chris Brannon then by Ky le, cf.:
It has two "successors":
1. Tarch, maintained by Deedra Waters and Michael Taboada:
https://tarch.org/ endorsed by the past maintainers.
2. TakingArch or talking-arch maintained by Alexander Epaneshnikov, cf.:
I can't compare these two projects but assume that both are worth a try.
Maintainer of the Slint distribution
Le 07/05/2020 à 12:22, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> Hi there,
> I have been running Ubuntu and Ubuntu spins for a while now and am looking
> for something else for a change. I have installed vanilla Arch before, but
> that was when my system was only running Linux. Due to the work I do, NVDA
> certified expert, Training and tech support, et al, I have to have a Windows
> instance to boot in to. I am not comfortable installing vanilla Arch on here
> at this time.
> Are there any Arch based distros we can actually install without sited help?
> Warm regards/Groetnis/herzliche Grüße,
> Brandt Steenkamp
> Twitter: www.twitter.com/brandtsteenkamp
> Skype: brandt.steenkamp007
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