Re: fedora 10 live cd


You're actually most of the way there.

You need to start Orca by hand, by issuing the command 'orca' . Here's
what to do:

1.)	After you say 'y' to restart Gnome, waith a long time for the
automated login to happen and the desktop to load. You'll not get audio
feedback during this process, unfortunately.

2.)	Press Alt+F2 to bring up the 'run command' dialog. You should
hear the cd rom get accessed as this program will load from your cd rom.
You can further confirm that it's loaded by pressing backspace. If, and
only if, you hear your computer beep when you press backspace, go on to

3.)	Type the word orca and press --enter-- .



Shaun McCance writes:
> On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 07:05 -0500, chad wrote:
> > Hi i'm totally blind and i tried the fedora 10 live cd but having
> > problems.
> > I set up orca and it said accessability for gnome has just been
> > enabled you need to log out and log in for the change to take effect.
> > I pressed y for yes and i'm stuck can't log back in.
> > Where does it bring you and is the password linux on the live cd?
> Hi Chad,
> You'll probably have better luck asking on gnome-accessibility-list.
> I've CC'd that list with your question.
> Accessibility folks, please CC Chad on responses.
> --
> Shaun
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