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BRLTTY - Braille Display Under LINUX
- BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the Linux console (text mode) for a blind person using a soft braille display. It drives the braille terminal and provides complete screen review functionality.
Blind + Linux = BLINUX
- Linux software and support for the blind and visually impaired user. Clearinghouse for access documentation, applications and utilities, and beta testing.
Installation of Linux by a blind user
- The experience of one blind user of installing Linux.
Jos Lemmens Page
- Linux software for the visual impaired, and the Jabt driver for the Alva Braille Terminal series 3 and 4.
Jos Lemmens Page - screader
- The background program screader reads the screen and puts the information through to a software Text-To-Speech package (Like `festival') or a hardware speech synthesizer (like Accent).
Linux Accessibility HOWTO
- How to use adaptive technology with Linux.
- A Morse code controlled shell for Linux. The goal is to enable users with limited mobility to use Linux with only a single mouse button. Keys are entered by tapping Morse code on the left mouse button.
Slashdot: Ask Slashdot: Linux and Handicapped Access
- Discussion of adaptive and assistive software and hardware.
UNIX and Linux System Software Toolkits
- Computer Access tools for Unix and Linux.
speakup Screen review for Linux
- Speakup is a screen review package for the Linux operating system. It allows you to hear all output directed to the console.
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