Accessibility of installing Distros?
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Tue Feb 15 20:47:56 UTC 2022
So far as I know now calamares has had no accessibility work done on it at
all. Manjaro has a talking-manjaro but it's out of date and you would use
architect as the installer if you can get a good download iso.
On Tue, 15 Feb 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi all,
> As most of you probably know, the calamares installer is the "most popular",
> (more like, "most often used") installer for Linux distros.
> Last I checked, and yes, I must admit, that was a while ago, the thing was not
> at all accessible. Is that still the case?
> I know that Ubuntu broke their installer, but Fedora's "Anaconda (Spelling)
> installer" and the TUI installers for Slint and Debian still work, as well as
> installing Arch in which ever way you choose to do so.
> What other options do we, the Blind Linux users have? And, no, I really don't
> count Ubuntu spins, (Mint, Trisquel, PopOS, Accessible Coconut, etc.)
> Warm regards,
> Brandt Steenkamp
> Sent from the Slint console using Alpine
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