Re: lsr-0.2.1

Peter Parente writes:
> ==============
> * What is it ?
> ==============
> Linux Screen Reader (LSR) is an extensible assistive technology for people 
> with
> disabilities. The design philosophy behind LSR is to provide a core platform
> that enables the development of LSR extensions for improving desktop
> application accessibility and usability and shields extension developers 
> from
> the intricacies of the desktop accessibility architecture.
snip snip

Where can I get it ?

rpm packages for Fedora Core 5 available from:


The binary is under RPMS, and the source under SRPMS as usual with

Special Note: You may need to upgrade your Gnome Desktop to Fedora
Development. If you find things not working with the current release and
updated Gnome environment, try:

yum --disablerepo='*' --enablerepo=development groupupdate 'GNOME
Desktop Environment'

Note the above command is issued on one line, though it's probably been
broken into at least two lines in this email message.


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