When people think of DragonFly BSD they tend to envision a high performance server operating system or a platform for using the advanced HAMMER file system. However, one person has discovered DragonFly BSD can be installed and utilized by visually impaired users. "I just thought I would post this here to see if there are any other users of DragonFly BSD that are totally blind. If there are, we could possibly connect and share experiences and tips. I use Orca which is a screen reader for the GUI to access my laptop and desktop in DragonFly. There are console screen readers available, however, I have not tried to get any of them working yet mostly because Orca can read GUI terminals like MATE-terminal Xfce4-terminal etc." The user's mailing post describes the steps they used to get DragonFly BSD installed using the Orca screen reader.
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