Re: speakup in Debian kernel and installer
As you know I attend to promote linux as accessibility tool. That's why
I try some solutions, even these I don't use myself daily (speech in
particular). That's also why I tried gnome-orca 2.30 even if I had to
install testing package on my stable (Gnome 2.22) and I suspect it
I've wanted to test speakup for a long time but never understood how it
works. As you tested, can you explain to me what has to be entered.
speakup is included, for example, in LFS livecd and Debian, seems the
only solution in such contexts. I heard of drivers... but what drivers?
How can I know those supported? Is there a relationship with kernel as I
see in this treead (LFS livecd has an older kernel (2008))?
Actually, do you have a tutorial about this point to know what I've to
enter, what are available drivers, what's the role of the kernel's
Le mardi 24 août 2010 à 03:11 +0200, Samuel Thibault a écrit :
> Ben Hutchings, le Tue 24 Aug 2010 00:35:03 +0100, a écrit :
> > [Please include debian-kernel or me in replies; I'm not subscribed to
> > -accessibility.]
> > I haven't seen any bug reports regarding speakup drivers included in the
> > Linux 2.6.32 kernel packages or testing versions of the installer.
> > However I haven't seen any positive reports either. Are they working
> > properly?
> I've tried the daily build yesterday, and it worked just fine.