Re: [orca-list] orcasuddenly doesn't speak
- From: Willie Walker <William Walker Sun COM>
- To: Mike Reiser <metalhead1009000 gmail com>
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] orcasuddenly doesn't speak
- Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2007 12:51:04 -0400
I'm not sure how to save them, I was in terminal at the time and didn't
think of saving the errors I got.
If you type 'script' in a terminal, everything you type and everything
the terminal outputs will be placed in a file called 'typescript'. To
finish the session, you need to press Ctrl+D.
right now. Unfortunately most people here at my college know nothing about
linux or computers in general.
Is there a way I can by using windows, take
the ubuntu off my system and install feisty?
I don't know - I gave up on dual booting a long time ago. Too much
trouble for my taste. But, then again, I have more than one machine in
my office so I guess I live in the lap of luxury.
And when you mean updating
ubuntu to get the latest release of orca, do you mean the ubuntu that comes
out every 6 months?
Ubuntu Feisty regularly (just about every day) has updates available.
For the past several months, every time a development release of GNOME
was available, Ubuntu would have updates available usually within a day
or two. At the beginning of a cycle, the development releases of GNOME
come out about every month, but then come out about every two weeks
towards the end.
P.S I noticed that orca stops speaking at the update manager. I'm guessing
this has to do with the problem of orca and gui administration?
Probably. :-( Setting up system administration access under GNOME can
still be struggle. We try to outline some of it here, and it tends to
work, but always without problems:
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