Wireless card suggestions

Georgina Joyce r2gl at o2.co.uk
Fri Oct 9 17:13:05 EDT 2009


Well Tony is working a console only version of vinux.  I'm not sure how
far he is from release.  You can email him if you like:

"Sales Tony" <vinux.development at googlemail.com>
On Thu, 2009-10-08 at 22:47 -0700, Tony Baechler wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks very much for your suggestion.  I'll send it to him.  I 
> personally like Intel NICs but I don't know anything about wireless.  
> Regarding list policy, since he made it very clear to me that he doesn't 
> want X, he would most likely use Speakup.  I don't think he has a 
> Braille display.  Therefore, I want to find the best distro for a new 
> user that includes speech out of the box without X, so I think it's on 
> topic for the Speakup list.
> On 10/8/2009 10:33 PM, Jason White wrote:
> > as for Linux distributions, GRML would be a good start: it's a live CD 
> > that a
> > new user can try without having to install, and it includes Speakup and BRLTTY
> > by default. It would be my first preference for anyone who wants to boot Linux
> > on a machine, get straight to a shell prompt and experiment.
> >
> > I don't know what the mailing list policy is, but if this is off-topic it
> > might be a good idea to move the discussion to private e-mail.
> >    
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    * The freedom to run the program, for any purpose (freedom 0).
    * The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your
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    * The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor
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