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Re: Debian Accessibility

It's a bit more complex than that now.
First press a on the boot prompt then hit enter.
then press s on the continued boot prompt.
then press x on the boot prompt and then hit enter and listen to what
Likely speech comes up along with a numbered menu which is what the expert
mode presents.
When I get the expert mode set up,
I can set priority to low and save logs to disk and after that I test disk
integrity then proceed with the rest of the installation.
Those who kept up with accessibility documentation changes on debian would
know all of this info.

On Thu, 30 Dec 2021, Jordan Livesey wrote:

> Have you tried pressing the down arrow 5 times when on the boot menu of Debian 11? Some how, pressing s no longer works for some people
> > On 30 Dec 2021, at 18:28, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. <n1ea@arrl.net> wrote:
> >
> > If I install with Debian 10 installation media, then change the /etc/apt/sources.list everything works as it should, my sound card is correctly detected, and I have screen reader during installation, I have screen reader when booting into Debian and I can use the MATE Graphical Environment as my user.  Perfect.
> >
> > I can also upgrade to Debian 11 by changing my /etc/apt/sources.list files.
> >
> > But unfortunately for me the Debian 11.0 and current Debian 11.1 installation media just don't work for me. Every previous version since Woody in 2002 has worked just fine.
> >
> > Best wishes,
> > David

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