[AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 16, Issue 22

Punit Diwan punitdiwan at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 08:58:57 EDT 2007

Sanjeev Ji,
        In the field of Linux you have two Choices for Screen Reader.  One 
is Orca and the other is LSR (Linux Screen Reader). Between the two, Orca is 
most widely used and is better. It is being developed by Sun MicroSystems. 
Recently I have come to know that now Open Office has now accessable with 
Orca. As for as Linux flavor, Ubuntu is there which come with Orca and 
E-SPeak Pre Loaded. Although you can run Orca on Red Had as its RPM package 
is available. Now you can  completely Live on Linux without touching 
    I cannot say much about LSR Because I have not tried it. But from the 
feedback I am sure Orca has upper edge over LSR.      I hope this 
information will be usefull.
Punit Diwan


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Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 15:20:25 +0530
From: "Chaodhari, Sanjeev IN BOM SISL" <Sanjeev.Chaodhari at siemens.com>
Subject: [AI] all about Linux
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
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Dear members


In my ethical hacking one of the modules is Linux hacking therefore I am
thinking to create another virtual machine with Linux.

But I know nothing about Linux except the word, and it is open source
operating system.

So can somebody tell me what screen readers  are available for Linux
which one is the best? You can present me comparative review of
available screen readers with advantage and disadvantage.

I would like to have setup of the Linux and setup of the screen readers
with the tutorial.


When you don't have any choice, you have a choice to work hard.


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