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Re: Bug#598133: gdm3: Should provide shortcuts and configuration snippets to enable accessibility



Hi, I think having accessibility enabled for all users is best as by default I don't create a user during the installation as I like to change the default configuration of the adduser package to not have system wide readible home directories and if you create a user during the installation the user can read all other users home directories and even when you change this option the users you have already created are not updated so enabling accessible for all users and possibley filing a bug on the adduser package is the best way to go. Nick Gawronski ----- Original Message ----- From: "Samuel Thibault" <sthibault@debian.org>
To: <debian-accessibility@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2010 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: Bug#598133: gdm3: Should provide shortcuts and configuration snippets to enable accessibility


Just a question for debian-accessibility only: this is about making gdm
nicely output braille or speech at reboot after installing debian with
graphical desktop support.  I guess we'd also like these to be enabled
for the user initially created by the installer.  What about users
created later?

There are two ways to install the parameter to enable accessibility:
- either as a gconf default, which all users will inherit from (be it
the gdm user, the initially created user, or users created later),
- or as a gdm-only parameter, and possibly the initially created user
only.

Do we prefer the former or the latter?

Samuel


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