fresh install of Fedora

Kenny Hitt kenny at
Wed Nov 26 02:54:56 EST 2003

Hi.  Try enabling the screen reader in the accessibility menu.  Don't
save your session on logout of gnome unless you want multiple copies of
gnopernicus running.
Press alt-f1 to get to the applications menu and choose accessibility
from the main menu.
Could Fedora users tell me if I'm right about the location of the
accessibility menu?  My answer is based on how Debian's Gnome 2.4 works.

Hope this helps.
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 01:39:21AM -0500, Guy Schlosser wrote:
> Hi all:
> I'm back with a fresh install of Fedora thanks to some awesome help from 
> Bill.  Just a couple questions though.  First, How can I get my system to 
> automaticly get my DHCP info at startup?  When I initially log in whether 
> root or my personal login, I usually have to su to root and issue a 
> dhclient eth0 command before I will have internet access.  My network card 
> is set up to activate on boot.  Any ideas?
> Lastly, I am having a hard time getting gnopernicus to come up talking when 
> X is started.  When in X, I can do an alt+f-2, type in gnopernicus and it 
> will speak, but if I simply issue a startx command, nothing.  Any 
> suggestions or pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks a lot,
> Guy
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