Re: Orca, gdm3 and gnome desktop: updates
There should be a way to forbid pulseaudio with aptitude I think. Aside
from that, there are competitors to gdm3 one of which was mentioned on
the orca-list but I can't remember the package name now.
On Mon, 24 Feb 2014, Germano Carella wrote:
> I disabled definitively gdm3, 'cause orca is unable to start.
> I tried all things, all commands I found on internet, but anything appens;
> orca is silent.
> Finally, I reinstalled gnome-desktop-environment, uninstalled gdm3 and
> purged pulseaudio, 'cause speech-dispatcher works fine with alsa, but with
> pulseaudio crashes continuously.
> The problem is that when I upgrade, pulseaudio is installed again. it's a
> Temporary solution is that I login in text-mode and, when logged, I start x.
> There is the only way I found to start gnome session.