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Linux for the blind?

This falls under the programming category called "Accessibility", for
which various API's exist.  I'm not familiar with any applications in
particular, but definitely try using that term in your web searches.

David Kramer wrote:

 >I had someone who is blind ask me about speech synthesis and screen
 >readers etc for Linix for blind people.  Of course I will scour the web
 >and do my own research, but I was wondering if anyone had experience with
 >any packages for this, or could suggest resources.
 >My preliminary research turned up a lot of dead projects.  That's why I'm
 >asking.  Thanks.
 >DDDD   David Kramer                 
 >DKK D  "Some men are born mediocre, some men achieve mediocrity,
 >DK KD  and some men have mediocrity thrust upon them."
 >DDDD         -Joseph Heller (1923-1999) "The Great Executive Dream"
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