RE: automatically starting applications on my live cd
Thanks so much.
I am not sure I understand all of what you said, but with a little studying, I am sure I will get it :-).
I added the access=v3 to my boot parameters and will see how that works for starters.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Juan Jesús Ojeda Croissier [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 12:48 PM
> To: Debian Live
> Subject: Re: automatically starting applications on my live cd
> Hi Don,
> On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 8:48 PM, Don
> Raikes<DON.RAIKES@oracle.com> wrote:
> > Daniel,
> > No the particular version of orca that is available on the
> debian lenny repository does not have the automatic start
> switch available in it.
> > If there is some special accessibility start parameter I
> should be using, I don't know about it :-)
> At the boot you can pass an accessibility (a11y) option. You got 4
> levels of a11y:
> * access=v1 (Lesser Visual Impairment)
> * access=v2 (Moderate Visual Impairment)
> * access=v3 (Blindness)
> * access=m1 (Minor Motor Difficulties)
> * access=m2 (Motor Difficulties - pointing devices)
> And also you can tell to the live system to setup the braille
> * braille=ask
> You can see better in the code:
As you can see there there are three options (v2, v3 and braille=ask)
which setup orca and create some orca configurations. Which could
Probably the ally support you are trying to get is already there. If
something is missed, the better way to do it is IMHO adding there
(scripts/live-bottom/30accessibility on live-initramfs).
I hope this can help.
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