RE: gnome-accessibility-list Digest, Vol 66, Issue 12


I just downloaded Vinux and burned the ISO to a CD.  I am assuming it is a
bootable live CD.  It keeps coming up with an error that it can not find the
kernel image.  I tried burning several images to a CD with the same result.
Am I missing something??  I tried to boot it on several computers with the
same results.

Is this an appropriate forum to ask these novice questions?



Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 21:32:43 +0100
From: Anthony Sales <tony sales rncb ac uk>
To: "gnome-accessibility-list gnome org"
	<gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
Subject: Vinux 2.0 Command Line Interface Edition - Release
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Vinux 2.0 Command Line Interface Edition - Release Announcement

I am happy to announce the release of the CLI Edition of Vinux 2.0 !

The CLI edition comes in the form of an installable live CD which provides a
console only version of Debian Lenny 5.03 with Speakup installed and enabled
by default. This editon is aimed at intermediate and advanced users and
perhaps beginners who want an easy introduction to the command line
interface. It was inspired by GRML, but is aimed specifically at VI desktop
users rather than sighted sysadmins. It comes with over a thousand packages
installed covering all of the main catagories: editors, browsers, mail
clients, text-based games and lots of utilities etc. It also features over
60 single character command aliases for all of the most common commands e.g.
'm' for menu, 'i' for internet, 'e' for editor etc. To see a full list just
type 'h' to view the help file or 'a' to see a list of all of the alias
commands. You can find the iso and some documentaion at:

Have Fun!


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