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Re: Braille embossing on Debian Bullseye

Sebastian Humenda, le lun. 18 avril 2022 18:02:09 +0200, a ecrit:
> >> and refused to interact with to any key press. I had to force-reboot
> >> it.
> >
> >Uh, perhaps there is a low-level communication problem, was that through
> >USB or Ethernet?
> It is connected via USB.

I had had issues with USB connectivity on the Everest V3/V4 of our
university, we even had to replace the communication card. I'd recommend
trying with ethernet.

> >Mmm, I'm not getting any issue with:
> >
> >echo 'Hello, world!' | file2brl -p -Chyphenate=yes -CliteraryTextTable=en-us-brf.dis,en_GB.tbl,de-g2.ctb,braille-patterns.cti  -CinputTextEncoding=UTF8 -CbraillePages=yes -CbraillePageNumberAt=bottom -CpageNumberBottomSeparateLine=yes -CprintPages=yes -CprintPageNumberAt=top -CpageNumberTopSeparateLine=yes -CpageSeparator=yes -CpageSeparatorNumber=yes -CcontinuePages=yes -CcellsPerLine=29 -ClinesPerPage=27
> Ok, I have the issue on both of my Debian Bullseye systems.
> $ file2brl --version
> file2brl (liblouisutdml) 2.9.0

Ah, indeed with that version I'm getting issues, but what I notice is

/usr/share/liblouis/tables/de-g2-core.cti:38: error: More than 256 characters

Commenting a couple lines of noletsign "fixed" the issue. Upgrading
liblouis to the 3.20.0 version from bullseye-backports also fixed the


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