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The purpose of this HOWTO is to introduce the tools, applications, and configuration utilities that are available to Linux users who are disabled.
Kendell Clark is an open source advocate and Fedora user who has been using Gnu/Linux since August 2011.
Computer software accessibility refers to the degree to which a computer program or computer system's properties allow it to be used by the widest variety by users with abilities and disabilities.
Source: Encyclopedia of Disability, Gary L Albrecht - University of Illinois at Chicago