Slackware supports a speakup based install.
2009/6/29 Darragh <lists at digitaldarragh.com>
> Good evening,
>> I'm faced with the horrible task of finding a distribution that ticks all
> my boxes after the really bad accessibility due to Pulseaudio in Ubuntu
>> I'm liking OpenSolaris at the moment but the packages it comes with seem to
> be quite limited either in enabled functionality or in the available
> options when installing new packages.
>> Take example Totem, it doesn't support playing media over a Samba share out
> of the box.
> It doesn't come with a torrent app out of the box either and although I
> understand that their trying to keep the footprint of the installed system
> very low, I haven't found one in the list of available applications in the
> software install tool either.
>> I might explore Fedora 10 but unlike Ubuntu, OpenSolaris or OpenSuSE I cant
> install that independently as there is no software based synthesizer
> available for the screen reader during installation so it turns me off.
>> Any suggestions welcome.
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