Jumping from Solus/Ubuntu to Slint...how easy is it?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Nov 28 09:47:16 UTC 2021
As someone who use both Fedora and Slint, I'll say the biggest thing to
get use to is no systemd, which is no issue for me, however, it can be
As someone said, Slint is probably the most reliably accessible distro
of them all, however as all technologies do, it does brake from time to
time. It is not the most difficult distro to fix, which is a good thing.
If you rely on snapd, you are screwed, bigtime, for if you know anything
about snapd, you should know it requires systemd to work. Flatpak is a
reliable alternative though.
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On 2021/11/26 23:38, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> 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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