Re: Bug#1002976: installation-reports: Installer Does Not Provide Screen Reader in Accessible Installation
Please read this e-mail to the bottom, in particular, Samuel's answer.
On 1/16/2022 6:56 AM, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
I'm just trying to make sure I notify everyone that should know about this,
Thanks for all of your efforts.
I've also joined the GRUB bug mailing list because now GRUB it seems is
inserting a UEFI boot entry into my BIOS entry, forcing my computer to
always boot into the last used operating system.
This requires me to open up the computer case and push the reset button on
I've been given instructions on how to change this by a friend but the
instructions are so complicated, that I cannot figure them out.
The same friend told me that this is what GRUB does now, but it's terribly
inconvenient, especially for visually impaired users, both by having to
open up the computer case but also changing the BIOS settings to what they
were set to do the computer will boot from USB (or CD/DVD). It doesn't
make sense to me that GRUB would override a user's BIOS settings.
If there's anything I can do to help, let me know.
Samuel said ALSA may have fixed the problem but I tried the latest daily
firmware CD and I still don't get screen reader.
I just don't understand how Buster could work so well but Bullseye not work
Best wishes to all and thanks for your combined efforts,
On Sat, Jan 15, 2022, 04:11 john doe <email@example.com> wrote:
On 1/8/2022 9:50 PM, Samuel Thibault wrote:
D.J.J. Ring, Jr., le lun. 03 janv. 2022 20:47:17 -0500, a ecrit:
Here's the files from the Buster installation from /var/log/installer -
So the "ALC888: SKU not ready 0x00000100" message was already there at
the time. What's new in bullseye is
snd_hda_intel 0000:00:03.0: couldn't bind with audio component
snd_hda_intel 0000:00:03.0: HSW/BDW HD-audio HDMI/DP requires binding
with gfx driver
I remember having troubles with hda intel and the i915 graphic driver
missing. Could you try this image which includes the i915 driver:
(again all the logs are useful to provide since we don't know precisely
what we want to look at)
Just FYI (1).