Jumping from Solus/Ubuntu to Slint...how easy is it?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Fri Nov 26 21:38:19 UTC 2021

Slint is probably the most reliably accessible distribution. You can't 
run a virtual slint on your computer, however, you can install on an SD 
card and use it without any accessibility issues. You need at least 32 
GB SD disk.  I have it running on 128 GB SD drive.



On 11/26/21 3:59 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> So as it says....and given my recent whiffs on qemu, so far *crosses 
> fingers* Slint is slowly installing but I'm wanting to know...
> How easy is it to adapt to Slint/Slackwware coming from Ubuntu or 
> Solus or Fedora or...
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