Re: Bug report: Buster: Debian Installer doesn't speak
Hi, I am on a bios based system and have seen the same no speech issue
in the installation. When you try to do the speech does braille
automatically start as well and if you do the installation even if
espeak is not on the installation image is it on the finished system and
just wondering what braille display are you using? Nick Gawronski
On 4/7/2019 4:56 PM, Geoff Shang wrote:
I tried running both the 2019-04-07 (today) daily snapshot and the
Alpha5 release of the Buster netinst, but both came up with no speech.
What I did:
* I wrote the iso to a USB drive and booted from it. The system
beeped twice, indicating a UEFI system.
* I pressed the letter s and pressed enter.
The language list came up, with no speech.
Espeak doesn't appear to be present.
Things I discovered:
I tried running the following command:
find / -name espeak -print
but nothing was found.
The request for speech appears to have been successful.
* The speakup and speakup_soft modules were loaded.
* The espeakup process was running.
For what it's worth, the package pool in the image only has
espeak-data and espeak-ng-data packages, no binaries. I know this may
not be related.
Fortunately, the Braille display was detected, allowing me to figure
out the above.
I guess I will install with Braille only and configure speech once I
get enough of a system that I can install espeak. I'm just wondering
if I have missed something, especially considering that this appears
to be broken in the Alpha5 release as well as the current snapshot.
Also, maybe it is available in a larger image. Does anybody know?