Re: Which Linux + screen reader to choose?

Well, its pretty easy to get started with Ubuntu Linux. I suggest just wait 
till  22 of April. On 22 Ubuntu Hardy  is being launched wich have latestest 
of all drivers and softwares including Orca screen reader.
Regards
Punit Diwan
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Hi,
This sounds great. Now, once I get it, I would like to be as quick as I can
to avoid frustration. Where do we go to start learning commands and so on,
and will we be able to read those files on Windows at the same time?
Failing that, how do you recommend getting started when you have to learn
both the speech system and the operating system.

Thanks.

Jim

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On Tue, 15 Apr 2008, inthaneelf wrote:

> an added note, as far as I have herd, there is a ubuntu that can be run
from
> a CD, so you do not have to install it to work with it.

Yes. A livecd.
Just download it from ubuntu.com you can then just install ubuntu off that
too as well as just use it off the cd...

It comes with orca and brltty too.

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