[lfs-support] lfs live cd and being blind

Eleanore Boyd cara117 at cox.net
Thu Mar 29 15:47:43 PDT 2012

On 3/29/2012 5:44 PM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Eleanore Boyd wrote:
>> I am working on getting accessibility support back into the livecd in
>> general, and am trying to replace the GNOME window manager with fluxbox,
>> so it might be a while before it can without breaking. To be honest, I
>> didn't expect my announcement to generate this much interest, especially
>> seeing as I'm just a high school student working during a computer class
>> and after school on such things as LFS. Plus, I originally meant the
>> announcement as wanting to know if anyone wanted to see what I did and
>> take a few ideas from it, maybe improve on it.
>> Has anyone else thought of remastering the Ubuntu livecd for building
>> purposes? It would be slightly horrific if I was the only one, as I
>> don't think I can develop and maintain this sort of thing by myself,
>> there's a little too much that needs to be done yet......
> Generally, we would prefer an LFS/BLFS LiveCD, but any working
> contributions would be OK.
>     -- Bruce
........it's based on Ubuntu because I can bend it to my will. And it 
doesn't hate me as much as some other distros do.


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