[AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 16, Issue 22
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Wed Aug 8 00:54:57 EDT 2007
But where can one get Orca from?
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From: "Punit Diwan" <punitdiwan at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 16, Issue 22
> 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
> 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
> 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
> Message: 3
> 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
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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.
> Email: Sanjeev.chaodhari at siemens.com
> Or daarshnicsanjeev at hotmail.com
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