To users of the win10 openssh CLI client what screen reader are you
using with it and how do you invoke it? Also, how do you paste
something from the local system in to a remote window or retrieve a
I installed server 2016 demo version in virtualbox
After restart no narrator when i press ctrl+super+enter
How to know if i only install core
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I wanted to throw a question out to everyone. As we are working with the new Windows Terminal product to insure it is accessible and works well with assistive technologies, I wanted to reach out to this list and find out what would be the ideal terminal experience for you? What would you be looking for and want in a new terminal program from an accessibility standpoint, something that would set it aside from the rest and really make it an enjoyable experience to use, not just something you can use? I'm definitely going to bring the feedback to the Windows Terminal team, and while I can't guarantee it will all be acted on, it will certainly help set a direction and way to move forward.
Program Manager II, Cloud+AI Accessibility
SO just upgraded a couple ubuntu systems to 18.4. Apparently we're now
using netplan instead of /etc/network/interfaces. I don't understand the
format of the .yaml configuration file that netplan uses though. That
is, I don't understand how the indentations work.
Anyone using it?
Tried with no indentation and it complains about a missing ":" when I
seem to have them all.
The example seems to be indented but I wasn't sure if this was just for
presentation. SO I tried:
At the margin and the subsequent lines spaced in by 2 spaces. It doesn't
seem to like this either and I can't get a sense of how the lines are
arranged on the ubuntu server user guide. I am using jaws on windows btw.
Any tips welcome.
One other thing, it seems you can't add post-up run_this_script type
lines to the config file either. Which is a pita. I prefer the old way
as I had my firewall script run after the interface came up.
This is driving me crackers as I’m going round in circles.
I have an Asus at home and can no longer access the web admin through any browser, on Windows, Mac, or IOS.
FYI I have established this is my Gateway address I’m trying to access.
My setup here is a Asus router with it’s SSID’s disabled, and a TP Link Deco plugged into a LAN port, the Deco is set to AP mode as are the other units around the place creating a mesh network.
I have connected over the air before, but just for giggles I did plug a Mac directly into the Asus router.
I get the connection not trusted page from Safari, which from what I can establish is Safari cautioning about the Certificate being invalid.
I click on the prompts in Safari that will let me add the Certificate to the trusted Certificates in my browser. I go round and round giving permission but not getting in.
I did get in once on a Windows machine this morning and it took me to what looked like an iCloud page, asking who is coming home with authentication fields. I didn’t enter anything until I did more research.
When I try and access the Gateway on IOS I am told that the AI Cloud account is locked. From what I can gather this is something with Asus for sharing but that I haven’t used.
To add more mystery…. I have downloaded the Asus Router IOS app to a iPhone that is on the same Network. It sees the router but just says the connection has failed.
The internet connection appears to be working well….
Has anyone got suggestions for what I can try next please? The only thing I can think of is hitting the routers reset button…