If you want a Linux distribution with Speakup, SWSpeak, Orca, and
basically all the accessibility bells and wistles included I'd pick
Vinux hands down. As I said before it is basicly a clone of Ubuntu 10,
but has some extras like SWSpeak, Speakup, and a few other
accesssibility things thrown in for good measure.
As far as GRML I don't know much about it. I'm the wrong person to
ask. I mainly only use Debian based distributions which includes
Debian, Ubuntu, Vinux, and a couple of others that share the Debian
On 11/3/10, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> since we are talking linux.
> I have a couple choices.
> 1. I can get grml that has command line systems how easy is it to
> get gnome for that with all the stuff I need.
> you can email me off list if you want.
> the other is to use vinux or ubuntu, but then I need to get speakup
> unless you can just load it.
> Or I can get something like fedora core 13 with speakup which I think
> has both systems compiled but is quite a large download, though space
> is not a major issue.
> I am not sure what has the swspeak functionality or not though.
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