Re: Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" released
Jean-Philippe MENGUAL <email@example.com> wrote:
> > - sounds events enabled by default in gdm so you know when you're at the
> > login prompt
> gdm or gdm3? I guess gdm3 (I assume we need to be installed instead of gdm
> when dist-upgrade from lenny). Is it necessary to enable this by hand when
> we dist-upgrade from lenny? If yes, how do this? Interesting feature if
> beeps of the speaker (PC) don't work well on Gnome environments (I know one
> user knew this).
It works with gdm3; I haven't tried gdm 2.
> > - accessibility enabled by default in gdm and the first user when
> > installing with brltty or speakup enabled.
> Is documented on the wiki how to enable this by hand when dist-upgrade from
> lenny? Or installing gdm3 instead of gdm does this automatically? If no, I
> had known this command to enable in gdm3 orca when dist-upgrade: su -s
> /bin/sh -c "gconftool-2 --type bool --set
> /desktop/gnome/applications/at/screen_reader_enabled true" Debian-gdm
this also works with sudo.
It should definitely be documented.