Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Jan 28 00:56:58 UTC 2022
If you mean out of the box is also run inside your vm, what I wrote here
may be accurate. If you mean by out of the box an install outside your
vm, it's possible you don't have your vm completely correctly configured
On Thu, 27 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Could it be accessibility needs to be enabled first before you can run
> orca? If so, hit f4 once to toggle accessibility on then try alt+f2 orca
> or alt+f2 orca --replace or alt-super-s.
> One of those three may work. It would be nice if f4 would make a rising
> or falling set of tones to let users know if they toggled accessibility on
> or off or if f4 made no sound, accessibility wasn't effected.
> I could not get Endeavouros talking at all on bare metal so can understand
> your frustration.
> That if it ever works will need a few minutes with sighted assistance.
> On Thu, 27 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> > Dear List,
> > This is my third attempt at Fedora.
> > I setup a VM on my Mac to try
> > Fedora-MATE_Compiz-Live-x86_64-35-1.2.iso.
> > I pressed alt+F2, typed orca and enter.
> > I get no speech.
> > What can be wrong?
> > The same thing happened with Fedora Workstation 35.
> > I?m about to give up and stick with Accessible Coconut and Linux Mint 20.03.
> > They both work out of the box with no problems.
> > Thanks,
> > Rob
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