Re: how to enable accessibility for Firefox in Debian ARM64
You didn't specify which ARM 64-bit machine you are running this on.
If it is a Raspberry Pi 3, then you cannot get sound currently from
aarch64, as there is no 'userland' code, the stuff that usually lives in
/opt, for 64-bit kernels.
And as far as I know the Pi Foundation has no intention currently of
modifying it to provide 64-bit versions of this code, which drives the GPU.
I have no knowledge of any other 64-bit ARM machine.
I guess it would work with an external USB sound device though, as that
avoids the GPU stuff, I think.
On 30/10/2018 12:47, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Mgr. Janusz Chmiel, le mar. 30 oct. 2018 13:40:37 +0100, a ecrit:
>> Because packagers of Debian distribution created many many ARM 64 bit
>> packages, I would like to know, if Firefox havebeen compiled with
>> accessibility support,
> There is no reason why accessibility would have been disabled.
>> Firefox is working including hod keys support, but Orca is totallysilent
>> insidethis process Window.
> IIRC you are running this in a very particular environment. You could
> check with
> $ git clone https://salsa.debian.org/a11y-team/check-a11y.git
> $ cd check-a11y
> $ ./troubleshoot
> whether your environment has proper configuration.
Michael A. Ray
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