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getting_started [2016/04/06 04:01]
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getting_started [2016/11/01 02:42]
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 ===== Getting started with Vinux ===== ===== Getting started with Vinux =====
    
-Below are resources you may find helpful when getting started ​on Vinux. ​We have split them into individual articles for external linking purposes.+Below are resources you may find helpful when getting started ​with Vinux. ​ 
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 +They are split into individual articles for external linking purposes.
    
 Please start by [[downloading_iso|downloading a Vinux image]], you may want to read the latest [[release_announcement_5.0|release notes]] for Vinux. Please start by [[downloading_iso|downloading a Vinux image]], you may want to read the latest [[release_announcement_5.0|release notes]] for Vinux.
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 Check the integrity of the downloaded image by [[md5sum|checking the MD5 sum]]. Check the integrity of the downloaded image by [[md5sum|checking the MD5 sum]].
    
-Once that has been confirmed, you can [[burning_iso|burn the image to optical media]].+Once the integrity ​has been confirmed, you can [[burning_iso|burn the image to optical media]].
    
 After [[booting_live|booting from the live image you just created]], you will be greeted by the orca screenreader. After [[booting_live|booting from the live image you just created]], you will be greeted by the orca screenreader.
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 You can use insert spacebar to bring up the  You can use insert spacebar to bring up the 
-[[orca_preferences|Orca preferences]] window where you can configure the voice and what is read to meet your needs+[[orca_preferences|Orca preferences]] window where you can configure the screen reader. 
-If you do not have an insert key you can open the orca preferences window by typing ​+  
 +If you do not have an insert key you can open the orca preferences window by pushing:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 +ALT + F2 then
 orca -s orca -s
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 in the dash or a terminal. in the dash or a terminal.
-Control ​alt t will open a terminal window in any of the three graphical desktops available in Vinux5.  +  
- +Control ​ALT T opens a terminal window in any of the three graphical desktops available in Vinux5.  
-Please be sure to consult [[partitioning|How to partition your drive]] prior to [[installing_vinux4|Installing ​new Vinux versions.0]].+  
 +Please be sure to consult [[partitioning|How to partition your drive]] prior to [[installing_vinux4|Installing ​Vinujx]]
    
 If you find yourself without sound please read over our [[sound-indicator|sound indicator]] information. If you find yourself without sound please read over our [[sound-indicator|sound indicator]] information.
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 =====Default Vinux Applications===== =====Default Vinux Applications=====
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-Here are links to articles about Some of the most used programs found in Vinux+Here are links to articles about Some of the most used programs found in Vinux
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 [[classicmenu_indicator|Classic menu indicator]] [[classicmenu_indicator|Classic menu indicator]]
    
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 [[firefox|Firefox web browser]] [[firefox|Firefox web browser]]
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 [[thunderbird|Thunderbird email client]] [[thunderbird|Thunderbird email client]]
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 [[nano|Nano command line text editor]] [[nano|Nano command line text editor]]
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 [[rhythmbox|Rhythmbox media player]] [[rhythmbox|Rhythmbox media player]]
    
 [[pidgin|Pidgin internet messenger]] [[pidgin|Pidgin internet messenger]]
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