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Re: assistive annoyance

On Wed,  7 Sep 2011 12:04:50 +0000 (UTC)
debian-user-digest-request@lists.debian.org wrote:

> Let's see if I remember since I just turned orca on yesterday since 
> without it, or something similar these computers are just
> paperweights for me.  On the menus, it's in system then admin then
> preferences. Universal accessibility is the next level to enter and
> disabling universal accessibility should make your desktop useable
> again.  You 

I tried that and it didn't work.  Specifically, I went to "System -
Preferences - Assistive Technologies", and then I unchecked the "Enable
assistive technologies" box. I still get the same issues as I
described.  I didn't see anything else in "System - Administration"
that seemed related.

> You 
> might also have a look at your grub configuration file since your
> boot line probably contains a parameter something like
> accessibility=3.  You might delete that parameter then get it right
> with grub then reboot.

I checked /boot/grub/grub.cfg for any reference to "accessibility", but
couldn't find any.  Is grub.cfg the file you were referring to?


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