Re: Problem starting brltty on Debian testing
so I have uncommented the three lines in the /etc/brltty.conf in order
to have the good braille display, port and text table and after I run
the /etc/init.d/brltty start command. It works fine now.
But I confirm : after doing an apt-get install brltty in Debian testing
and have responded to all the debconf questions the corrects lines
corresponding to the selected options are not uncommented by debconf. i
tested with an Handytech BrailleTop connected on /dev/ttyS0 and
text.fr-cbifs.tbl thext table. My BRLTTY version is 3.3.1-7 (testing).
Nath <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> OK, thx alot ! so I will open this file and see its contents. I will let
> you know what I will find in it ...
> Mario Lang <email@example.com> writes:
>> All the display related settings are saved in the file /etc/brltty.conf.
>> Nath <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Yesterday I installed a new fresh Debian testing system but encountered
>>> a problem to make BRLTTY starting properly : in fact BRLTTY starts but
>>> indicates "No braille support". the installation + configuration run
>>> successfully : I choose Handytech for the braille display, the ttyS0
>>> port and the french text table. I tried to make a dpkg-reconfigure
>>> brltty in order to see if it solved the problem but not better after
>>> So, has someone ever encountered this kind of problem ?
>>> Another question : in order to have BRLTTY properly started where can I
>>> find the configured parameters saved by debconf ? If I find the file
>>> containing these parameters I will be able to see if they were properly
>>> defined and perhaps i will be able to adjust them according to my
>>> braille display and preferences if debconf has made mistakes ?
>>> Thx in advance if you can indicate where are these parameters,
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