Installing using a service like "Be My Eyes"
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Aug 13 09:05:47 UTC 2021
I tried installing Jenux again, this time it looped after installing
packages at "checking package integrity". I decided, screw it, and am
for now running Fedora Workstation 34 with the default Gnome desktop.
Sent from my Fedora powered coal chest freezer
On 8/12/21 6:54 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> You could run Jenux and not need services like be my eyes.
> #mailto:dnl.nash at gmail.com
> wget -bc https://nashcentral.duckdns.org/projects/Jenux-2021.04.20-dual.iso.sha512
> #wget -bc https://nashcentral.duckdns.org/projects/Jenux-2021.04.20-dual.iso
> #sha512sum -c Jenux-2021.04.20-dual.iso.sha512
> On Thu, 12 Aug 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I know that Distro-hopping really sucks, but we do it anyway.
>> I am asking about installing with aid from a service such as be-my-eyes,
>> because, as we all know, distros like Manjaro uses the Calamaris installer,
>> which, last I checked, is totally inaccessible with Orca, and in many cases,
>> Orca is not even included in the live environments.
>> I would really like to run either Arch, which I always fail to install
>> correctly for some or other reason, or an Arch derivative, but, Calamaris,
>> enough said.
>> If anyone knows whether you can install using Calamaris with the keyboard
>> only, or if there is any Arch derivatives with an accessible installer, I
>> would be really grateful.
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