Re: Orca orca on ubuntu
- From: "Tamas Babinszki" <tbabinszki yahoo com>
- To: <William Walker Sun COM>, "'Orca screen reader developers'" <orca-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Orca orca on ubuntu
- Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 18:38:43 -0400
I have tried 0.2.6, I had symilar errors. Since I'm a beginner in Linux, I'm
not sure how to copy the screen, but the errors had a python reference after
I started orca. So for the time being, I will telnet into my machine and
reinstall 0.2.4, and try 6 again. I'll be gone for the next two weeks, but
after that I'll let you know how it goes.
From: William Walker Sun COM [mailto:William Walker Sun COM]
Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 1:31 PM
To: tbabinszki yahoo com; Orca screen reader developers
Subject: Re: Orca orca on ubuntu
I found that the 0.2.5 did not compile properly, I had some errors,
I'm sorry, can't remember what it was. Being a blind user, I was only
able to find this out through connecting to my machine with a laptop.
I had the exact same symptoms, eventually I had to go back to 0.2.4.
However, I'm using Fedora.
If you're up to it, please give Orca-0.2.6 a try
(http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/sources/orca/0.2) and let us know how things
work out. Please try to take notes as you go - we cannot install/test Orca
on every version of every operating system. We're currently focused on
mainly Solaris and Ubuntu and look to the community for help on evaluating
other platforms, such as Fedora. We also try to keep contributed notes
under the "Installing and Setting Up Orca"
section on the Orca WIKI as a means to help others:
In addition, please keep in mind that Orca currently needs GNOME 2.14 or
better. So...if you're not using the latest version of Fedora (Core 5),
then you're likely to run into a slurry of problems that could be avoided
with an upgrade to Core 5.
Hope this helps,
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