Re: Help with a Linux for blind people

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Thank you very much, I think I'll try ORCA in GNOME desktop. Ubuntu for starting. I'll report you this project's profits, and surely I'll be here again to ask you several things.

2007/7/9, Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Ignacio Foche, le Mon 09 Jul 2007 16:28:24 +0200, a écrit :
> Im working on a directed job for the university that consists in installing a
> computer to prepare it for blind users. It has to be under GNU/Linux and I want
> to ask you, which do you think is the best distribution for doing this work?


Just like for sighted users, the choice of distribution mostly depends
on the usage that the end user will have of the computer.

That said, you may find
useful for knowing which distributions have integrated accessibility
features.  That doesn't mean that you can't install accessibility in
other distributions, of course.


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