Linux has nothing, absolutely nothing, to do with NVDA. NVDA does not exist in a version that runs under that operating system.
Linux is a major player in data centers, yet, after decades of everyone saying that Linux for home users/small business users is inevitable, it hasn't been.
So, bring this back in to some relationship with NVDA as the topic originally had, or it will be locked shortly. If you want to discuss Linux, the Chat Subgroup or elsewhere is the place for that, NOT here.
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