Fedora and virtual machines not starting
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Nov 25 04:04:19 UTC 2021
I had very bad experience with Fedora 35 mate a couple of days ago too.
I installed it on an external media, SD disk and had serious
accessibility problems. I lost speech during installation. I also lost
speech during update. I could not get braille to work with it at all,
and It also screwed up my laptop bios start up options.
I do not know if earlier versions of Fedora are any better in terms of
accessibility. I would not recommend it for beginners like myself.
On 11/24/21 7:59 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> No luck for me either with Fedora 35 mate in Qemu.
> I could check that orca starts (from mate-terminal), so does
> speech-dispatcher, but no speech.
> However sound is working in the VM as I could listen a you tube video
> video, even if the sound is very distorted.
> I suggest to report tee issue to Fedora. o they have an accessibility
> mailing list?
> 02:00 AM here bed time.
> On 25/11/2021 01:32, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> I've no sound with 35, but sound with 34 however using
>> quickemu/quickget though. I'm curious if dider runs into this too on
>> F35, or if it';s something only we're running into? A quick Google
>> points me to similar issues with the 20X series of releases but those
>> were wolved a long time ago.
>> It's strangre. I'm using a USB headset however, and I can't think of
>> a reason why F34 would work but not F35 on the exact same system
>> On 11/25/21 00:25, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> Could be something with Solus. I get no sound at all using 34 MATE
>>> or Workstation in plain qemu. But this seems odd, considering all
>>> the audio issues I've had with Solus, both in vm's and on bare
>>> metal. That said, I wonder if I should try this using a snap or
>>> flatpak if either is available, since I have issues with Fedora's
>>> version of MAME that I don't have with the snap, although I can't
>>> say that I've had any other issues with Fedora's default packages.
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