hank smith wrote: so what is going to become of oralux? will it die how is it going to work? The Oralux CD is frozen at version 0.7 alpha. The user can customize it with the recent oralux-customize.sh script . One year ago, we talked about a Futuristic Oralux 2.0: a light, mobile solution
where is the customized script? and could I add x windows if I choose to? thanks Hank - Original Message - From: Gilles Casse [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Oralux mailing list email@example.com Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 1:56 AM Subject: Re: [Oralux] oralux still being developed?
hank smith wrote: where is the customized script? and could I add x windows if I choose to? this script is for lighter customizations: adding for example the configuration files in the CD, or perhaps installing a new software. The url is in the post:
one thing I don't like about unbunto is it won't start speaking automaticly that is one nice thing about oralux I liked. thanks Hank - Original Message - From: Gilles Casse [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Oralux mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 12:12 PM
Gilles Casse schrieb: The Oralux CD is frozen at version 0.7 alpha. mhmm, unfortunately it is the only distro installable by visually impaired people. Are there any obstacles to letting others continue the development? -- Viele Grüße Beate Ritzert --- dr. beate ritzert -
Hiya, Actually, this isn't quite accurate. It is possible to install most of the popular Linux distributions nowadays if you're visually impaired. Debian, Fedora, Slackware, Gentoo, Ubuntu, etc etc. All the best, Zacck. - Original Message - From: Dr. Beate Ritzert [EMAIL
Hi, what does Slackware offer for installing. Is software speech able to be used, or do you need hardware speech. Mike. X-Antivirus: avast! (VPS 000769-0, 08/27/2007), Outbound message X-Antivirus-Status: Clean - (Original Message) - From: Zachary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Monday,
Hi, Hardware speech is a requirement for Slackware installation. Alternatively, you can use the installation program's SSH option to continue the install that way. It's a little hard to get to it, though, so hardware speech is probably the best option. All the best, Zack. - Original