mesahes and modules!
Hi Daniel or should I say 'Panthera'!
Sorry about the message without a subject, i was just rushing and forgot to put one in.
Regarding the number of characters per line I always though it was 80 characters so it
would fit iin a console window, but obviously I am mistaken. It seems to depend on which
e-mail client/editor used to create and read the message. Generally messages seem to
display OK without the limit on characters, but I know that sometimes the text gets messed
up. This client doesn't tell me how many characters i have typed so i have to guess.
Regarding the speakup module, as far as I understand itthe version of speakup available
in lenny does not support espeakup, which is why I installed it from the git
repository. I think the version in Squeeze might do be I don't intend to upgrade
until Squeeze becomes stable.
From: Daniel Baumann [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 16 November 2009 11:22
could you please not send mails that have no subjects, and could you
please use 72-chars a line as everyone else in the world does?
doing so otherwise really sucks and makes both reading and answering
your mails uselessly hard.
Anthony Sales wrote:
> apt-get install git-core libespeak-dev speakup-source
> git clone git://hubbs.homedns.org/speakup.git
> cd speakup
> cd contrib
> bunzip2 espeakup, tab
> tar -xvf espeakup, tab
> cd espeakup, tab
> make install
> module-assistant prepare
> module-assistant auto-install speakup
i think there's no need for espeakup being installed manually, there's a
package in debian for that.
regarding the module, you may want to have a look at our various
all_*-modules.sh example hooks, it's the better way to do it.
> However, although all of this works during the interactive chroot terminal, speakup does not run when the CD boots.
i don't know speakup, you may want to ask on debian-accessibility
instead. once you know what you have to do, we can tell you how to
integrate it best with live-helper.
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