Accessible linux distro for raspberry pi?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Jun 19 17:22:29 UTC 2021
Jenux still has active support. Since I have no pi, I've not had an
opportunity to see how well it loads onto a pi for an operating system
though it's supposed to be able to do that.
On Sat, 19 Jun 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> I'm not sure what you mean by setup screen in this context, but as far
> as I know, Stormux is the only Raspberry Pi image that's actively
> maintained and comes pre-loaded with blind accessibility already
> That said, several users have had success setting up espeakup or
> Ffenrir on CLI-only images from several distros over ssh, and recent
> versions of Raspbian's full images are supposed to have a keyboard
> shortcut for enabling Orca(though reviews are mixed on how well this
> works and how well Orca works with the Raspberry Foundation's Pixel
> skin of LXDE, though people have reported successfully getting Orca
> running with Mate on higher ram models of the Pi 4.
> You might also want to check out the Raspberry VI website and mailing
> list, which are dedicated to blind accessibility on the Pi and double
> as a general low-vision hobby electronics blog and mailing list.
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