help with orientation to thinkpad t23

Patrick Turnage patrickt at
Mon Aug 19 15:00:43 EDT 2002

I would leave windows on the laptop at least until you can install a screen
reader and look around. It will help you determine exactly what hardware is
installed in the notebook before you make your custom kernel, to compile in
whatever you need. 
A windows partition is not allways a bad idea because it may under some
circumstances come in handy.. Especially if you are forced to run windows
aps either for work or school. I find that I do not like Linux on notebooks
because I am forced to carry around an external synth.. I know I can use
emacs speak, but.. I never got it to work with IBM ViaVoice TTS..
So a windows partition might be good when you can't tag along an external

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