Although I do not yet have my hands on an Eee_pc, I would say the best 
would be to replace the Zandros system with Ubuntu or one of the other 
Linuxes where we know the a11y setups.  There is a lot of info on the 
If it was me, I would also install a console-only screen reader as I think 
that the hardware is a little light for running gnome with Orca on a 
full-time basis.
There is a model of the Eee_pc with 2 gb of ram which might work better 
with orca.
HTH, Willem

On Sun, 29 Jun 2008, David Bolter wrote:

> Hi Kris,
> It sounds like out-of-the-box there isn't much in the way of a11y. But some
> say it is simple to install orca, see for example:
> I haven't got an eeepc myself so can't confirm.
> cheers,
> David
> Kris Van Hees wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Has anyone here looked at the ASUS Eee PC in terms of accessibility and
> > whether it is feasible to e.g. install Orca on it (along with all
> > dependencies)
> > to provide access to a blind user?  It seems like the small footprint of the
> > machine could make it quite handy, especially in comparison to e.g. the more
> > classic (and expensive) notetakers.
> >
> >  Cheers,
> >  Kris
> >   
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