No Orca in Fedora
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Jan 16 03:54:11 UTC 2022
To use a kickstart file once created it will need to be on a separate
drive. So let's say your kickstart file is ks.cfg and it's on /dev/sdb1,
for that when you boot the spin you write ks=/dev/sdb1/ks.cfg and if
everything works, Fedora will follow instructions in ks.cfg.
On Sat, 15 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> It won't. Very few flavors of Fedora have orca in them.
> fedora-workstation I think is gnome has orca but so far as I now know,
> that's the only spin with orca in it.
> How to get around this would be to have a kickstart file made for a
> fedora-workstation spin install.
> Once that kickstart file is made, you'll have to understand kickstart file
> syntax and the post-install command.
> You'd want to put a post-install command in that installs orca and all of
> its dependencies and then use the kickstart file you modified to install
> your desired spin.
> On Sat, 15 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I downloaded Fedora-Cinnamon-Live-x86_64-35-1.2
> > Super+Alt+S did not start Orca, so I pressed alt+F2 and typed orca and hit enter, but got nothing.
> > So I then pressed alt+ctrl+T and typed orca in the terminal. I used my phone to read the screen to get orca command not found.
> > Whats going on?
> > Thanks,
> > Rob
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