Re: Debian 11 unofficial firmware first installation
Debian thought they hit the bullseye with this one, likely the range would
score this one as a 9.
On Wed, 18 Aug 2021, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> I sent a message to the group that the Release of Bullseye has two big
> 1.) You cannot log into MATE as a regular user.
> 2.) The sound card detection and selection dialog is broken because there
> is no sound to hear to verify which sound card works. If you know they your
> sound card is the last one detected, just wait a few seconds and press
> enter. You'll have to finish the accessible installation WITHOUT sound but
> when you boot up you'll have sound.
> But you cannot log into MATE, you can type your username and password,
> press enter, but something crashes and you return to the put in your
> username step and it's an infinite loop, happening over and over if you
> type in the information.
> You can go to console 2 and use the computer as a command line computer, it
> will be connected to the connection you used to install.
> But GUI doesn't work as a regular user.
> Something similar happened with the release of Buster several years ago,
> but the next released version fixed it.
> Wait for the next version, hopefully the next version will fix this problem.
> Best wishes,
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2021, 08:36 Pawel L. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > The Speakup volume is extremely low during the installation process.
> > In the graphical environment, after login, I have no speech and my
> > Braille display shows only 'Window without name" message.
> > No issues within the console so far.
> > Any fix for the graphical environment, please?
> > I tried the alt+F2 and typed in 'orca -r' with no luck, the 'Window
> > without name' message comes back.
> > Thank you for any suggestions.
> > Pawel