Bug#774536: grub2-common: Could brltty uncomment GRUB_INIT_TUNE
Control: reassign -1 brltty
On Sun, Jan 04, 2015 at 03:06:08AM +0100, Jean-Philippe MENGUAL wrote:
> I install Debian Jessie. I proceed in braille, I enabled Desktop environment,
> MATE. It results when Debian starts, the lightdm has Orca speaking, the desktop
> speaks, and brltty is on.
> I want at boot time, grub beeps to inform a blind person that it's possible to
> choose his OS in grub.
> So I change GRUB_INIT_TUNE in /etc/default/grub, I uncomment it.
> After I installed Debian, before doing what above said, GRUB doesn't beep.
> However brltty script changes now things in lightdm-gtk-greeter and MATE.
> I expect GRUB to beep. Actually Debian knows I use braille, enables what's
> needed for lightdm and MATE, could it enable GRUB beep?
> For this, brltty should be able to uncomment GRUB_INIT_TUNE in /etc/default/grub.
I think the right way to do this would be for brltty to create
/etc/default/grub.d/brltty.cfg with the configuration it thinks
appropriate. It shouldn't modify /etc/default/grub. Reassigning to
Colin Watson [firstname.lastname@example.org]