Beginner's Guide To The Linux Terminal
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Oct 31 20:52:58 UTC 2021
Le 31/10/2021 à 21:41, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> Certain distributions have accessibility pages, certainly slint has an
> accessibility page. Accessibility pages vary in quality from distribution
> to distribution. Slint; debian, ubuntu, Fedora are high quality.
> Archlinux is near high quality. Gentoo near medium quality and I'm being
> generous here. Manjaro and others are really dodgey, some of them cannot
> be installed. KDE plasma default distributions cannot be installed since
> those distributions usually don't have orca on the installation isos.
> The acbradio.org has scattered throughout its main menu files instances of
> successful Linux installations with use of screen readers and narration.
> Of course if your disability doesn't need or use a screen reader these
> will be of no help.
> On Sun, 31 Oct 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> ...and you need to have access to YouTube at all.
>> what also interest me here is that these rules only apply to some
>> So, you are newly managing a disability condition, and have heard about Linux.
>> where are you going to objectively get this kind of data?
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