Re: Tutorial wasRe: Iggdrasil, a new amazing screenreader
Thanks very much for the info.
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> On 1 Jan 2022, at 09:35, john doe <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 12/31/2021 7:04 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
>> I am wondering if there are any tutorials available to help someone set a system such as the one being discussed up from scratch. Well I can access the command line from a GUI I am reliant upon a graphical user interface being pre-installed with orca before I can use the command line.
>> Any pointers to tutorials to set this up from scratch from a blindness perspective it would be greatly appreciated.
> Debian makes it easy to follow the "regular" documentation and the
> accessibility wiki details accessibility features!
> You can simply 'Install Debian with speach' as usual but at the package
> selection prompt (see below) only enter '12' to only install 'Standard
> System Utilities':
> "Software selection
> At the moment, only the core of the system is installed. To tune the
> system to
> your needs, you can choose to install one or more of the following
> collections of software.
> Choose software to install:
> 1: Debian desktop environment [*], 7: ... MATE,
> 2: ... GNOME [*], 8: ... LXDE,
> 3: ... Xfce, 9: ... LXQt,
> 4: ... GNOME Flashback, 10: web server,
> 5: ... KDE Plasma, 11: SSH server,
> 6: ... Cinnamon, 12: standard system utilities [*],
> Prompt: '?' for help, default=1 2 12> 12"
> There is no need to do that to get the desired result though, see 'Case
> B. Permanently booting to text mode (console mode)' at (1):
> - Graphical mode: 'systemctl set-default graphical.target'
> - Console mode: 'systemctl set-default multi-user.target'
> Use 'systemctl reboot' to reboot after having executed one or the above
> CTRL + alt + f1 to f6 should also bring to the console.
> John Doe