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Re: Does the live CD offer any accessibility features?

You can hash your own debain-live CD, if you are on Debian or Ubuntu,
you can snag the builder by

sudo apt-get install live-helper

or on debian

su -c 'apt-get install live-helper'

you can build an image using:

sudo lh_build

or on debian

su -c 'lh_build'

You can modify what gets installed in config/chroot

Paul Tagliamonte

On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 8:32 AM, Simon Bienlein
<simon@linux-fuer-blinde.de> wrote:
> Hello debian live team,
> I am interested in the Debian live CD and wanted to ask whether the
> programmes BrlTTY and orca are included. It would be great if one could try
> out the current state in the range of accessibility with the live CD.
> With the kernel option brltty, the regular Debian Lenny CD offers the
> opportunity to include a supported Braille display. Maybe this feature as
> well as the screenreader orca can be added to the Live CD.
> If you let me know how, I would be glad to assist you in this.
> Thanks in advance.
> Simon
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