Re: Bug#359062: debian-installer: bterm is not (yet) accessible for brltty
Joey Hess, le Mon 27 Mar 2006 15:44:58 -0500, a écrit :
> Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > The Debian installer now uses bterm for better i18n. However, brltty
> > (the daemon that permits visually impaired people to access debian)
> > isn't able to fetch what bterm displays, and hence visually impaired
> > people can't use the Debian installer. Of course, some solution is
> > to add debian-installer/framebuffer=false at the syslinux prompt for
> > disabling framebuffer and hence bterm too. But since syslinux is not
> > accessible either, this is really not a handy solution.
> All brltty-udeb needs to do to disable the use of the framebuffer is
> install a /lib/debian-installer.d/S40brltty that does:
> Then any boot media that includes brltty-udeb will automatically run
> without bterm.
Mmm, you're missing the point: we would rather have brltty-udeb included
in official CDs for letting blind people just boot the official CD
and install debian. And there's no reason why asian blind people (for
instance) shouldn't be able to install debian, so brltty needs to access
bterm's display somehow.