Re: [orca-list] install question

The choices are left as the distribution has made them and I did find X11 on the system later. I also have in .xinitrc /usr/bin/gnome-session. Could anything else go into that file that would be useful?

On Sat, 1 Mar 2008, Janina Sajka wrote:

Yes, you need X, and particularly Gnome to use Orca. Stick with the
choices your distribution makes. You don't know better than your distro
about these things.


Jude DaShiell writes:
is x11r6 or xfree86 needed to have orca work and help gnome along or are
both of these packages superfluous by now?  If one os them is needed which
is the better choice for orca users?

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