Re: [orca-list] getting started with orca


Welcome to the world of Linux!

If you go to the Orca wiki (, you will find lots of information on how to install and use Orca. There are also many links to audio tutorials that will give you a feel for how Orca works.

As Steve said, the best way to approach things is to read through the content that is available through links at the end of this message. If you can't find the answers to your questions there, bring your questions to this list and many people will be happy to help. However, if you keep asking lots of questions that can be quickly and easily answered from the wiki or other Orca resources online, people will stop responding to your questions. I'm sorry if this seems hostile, but it is just the way a mailing list like this works.

Good luck,


On 02/06/2010 01:00 PM, Jed Barton wrote:
Hey guys,

Jed here, brand new to the linux thing.  Wanted to talk to a few of you and
get some input on getting started, ready to dive head over heals in to linux
and learn as much as i can.
I'm a window-eyes user right now, but wnna start learning this.
Curious how orca works and stuff.


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