greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Fri Aug 22 16:48:50 EDT 2008
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The thing with cygwin though, is that you have to install a whole
bunch of software, (I.E. in order to use ssh, you have to install the
whole base system, you can't just install the ssh client). If this has
changed since about 5 years ago, which is when I last played with
cygwin, then it would be good to know that.
On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 03:19:56PM -0400, Nick Stockton wrote:
> Well I've used cygwin's ssh client for a long time now to connect to my
> server box when not at home and it works great with jaws or nvda.
> Windoweyes command line access is not as good as jaws or nvda so if you
> have windoweyes you might want to install a copy of nvda in order to use
> When I'm at home I use my debian desktop.
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