looking for Lennix distribution?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Wed Nov 17 04:57:44 UTC 2021
hello I have one more question, I think. Where do I download this
distribution from? And in general about how much disk space does it
take? Is it something that can be installed and will virtual machine or
is it a live distribution. I can probably vinyl this out by going to the
URL if someone would like to share that link? Thanks in advance.
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Thank you very much for reading this.
On 11/16/2021 5:51 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> I have been using Accessible Coconut for about a month.
> Orca can start at boot.
> On 11/16/21 8:46 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Good afternoon or good evening or whatever time it is wherever
>> you are reading this. My subject line pretty much says everything
>> there is to this message. I am looking for inappropriate Lennix
>> distribution to run in a virtual environment. From everything I think
>> I know, I'm thinking the best solution is something that can be
>> installed easily, and allow me to install orca really quickly if not
>> do it in the same install. Any good suggestions? I do have access to
>> a Fedora core ISO image but I'm just wondering if there's something
>> better or will this be sufficient? Looking forward to readig response
>> wake up to my question.
>> Please be aware that I am dictating this to the computer and Windows.
>> I am using dictation software because of an additional disability. If
>> there's something that I've written about that you truly do not
>> understand, please write me and asked me what I may have meant. I
>> thank you kindly in advance for reading this.
>> On 11/16/2021 3:06 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> Thank you Didier-and-Kyle. I will certainly run your command, but do
>>> I need to un mount anything? I would also figure I would be sitting
>>> outside of that mdeia directory? O-and-yes, Didier, it is vfat.
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