Quoting Samuel Thibault (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hello, > > Some braille devices have a complete AT2 keyboard. Brltty properly > simulates keypresses by passing them to a uinput device. However, that > module is not available in the debian installer, and thus brltty falls > back to simulating keypresses by passing ascii to the tty layer and thus > having to assume a qwerty layout, which is not user friendly. Would > it be fine to include uinput in the debian installer as the attached > patches should do? (patch-linux-kernel-di is for amd64, other archs need > a similar patch as well of course) Otavio, do we want this for RC2? I have mixed feelings here: - RC2 is not meant to add features. It should be for kernel updates and RC bugs - the patch is very simple (however, it increases the initrd size) It would much much more have been suited for pre-RC1 than now.
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