Linux on BrailleNotes

Gregory Nowak greg at
Wed Feb 1 19:25:19 EST 2006

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Because there are people that prefer the keysoft-like UI over the
command line. Once there is a version of netbsd running on the bn, the
goal of the freesoft project is to offer the choice of the
command-line, and a keysoft-like, menu-driven ui.


On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 05:12:49PM -0800, tyler wrote:
> but why would you have to have a ui like keysoft? why not just have a 
> command line? I think most people prefer that anyway, to me it seems more 
> powerfull. maybe for installs you would have to have it, but I haven't seen 
> a keysoft command line, but I was on the bn a few years ago, from what I 
> understand, there have been quite a few things changed sense then.
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