ldavis at shellworld.net
Tue Feb 8 16:49:58 EST 2005
I know very little about X Windows/Gnome/KDE/etc.. However, I want to
install a windows like system, on one of my Linux machines, for a local
sighted user to use, mainly to access Linux graphics capable web browsers.
Can I do an install and configuration, without having to run X/etc., and
thereby do it while still maintaining speech?
Where do I start?
Which GUI will serve this purpose best?
I could probably find most of this via google, but it would take time, and
possibly end in multiple false starts. I wanted, instead, to talk to
those who might have done this previously.
Any other thoughts or tips?
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