possability of linux install question
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Jan 16 18:32:04 UTC 2022
Thank you Didier, I have looked over the website and downloaded lots of
reading material. To make a portable copy is what I will try to do. A
bit more reading before I can get started.
On 1/16/2022 11:05 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi Howard,
> What you can do is install Slint on a removable drive, like an USB attached SSD
> or hard drive.
> After installation you will be able to start Slint or Windows, which will stay
> All you need to know is in https://slint.fr/doc/HandBook.html including how to
> get support. The Slint mailing list is a very friendly one.
> When asked at the beginning of installation just choose the "auto" installation
> Didier Spaier
> Slaint maintainer
> Le 16/01/2022 à 00:15, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>> Hello all,
>> I've been wanting to try out linux but haven't wanted to give up or mess up any
>> of my working windows systems. Would it be possible to install some version of
>> linux on a CD or a DVD; then just boot a computer from that disk bypassing
>> windows altogether? If so, I'd have to make it either talk or drive a Braille
>> Wonder if anyone would have any suggestions? Thank you.
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