[AI] all about Linux
prakashchandra_1000 at yahoo.co.in
Tue Aug 7 11:16:15 EDT 2007
i don't know so much about but as per my knolage. in linex two screen reader
are avelable first one emac speak which run on a command line oprating
sistem it has a text editer , file brauser and a inter net brauser it is
indicate links , radio buttons,form fields by sound,and much more but one
dis adwantage of this screen reader voice is not so good likes as windows
and second is orkka which run on ubuntu linex it is good g u i interface it
is accessible with keyboard and there some application which are similar to
windows applications just like open office =ms office but better than ms
noom messanger which sport to yahoo hotmail msn rediff google and may be
windows command promt =terminal , which is prity good it cans handil binary
source code .
it all facility avelable in only one cd which is free of cost and one more
thing this cd is live cd mean you can run your sistem on cd no install
needed for lite tasks if you want full feature you must install the in hard
drive or flash drive minimum space two gb for installation file and 256 mb
for suap which use as a ram by oprating sistem .
but this screen reader does not sport so good to mozila web brauser in
ubuntu 6.0 may be ubuntu 7.4 will be sport .
i don't use now yet.they both screen reader are build in a cd .
hope this information will help you ----- Original Message -----
From: "Chaodhari, Sanjeev IN BOM SISL" <Sanjeev.Chaodhari at siemens.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 3:20 PM
Subject: [AI] all about Linux
> 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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