Quoting Samuel Thibault (email@example.com): > Here is a patch. A few comments: > +<section id="install-with-speech"> > + <title>Install &debian; with a hardware speech synthesis</title> I think that "device" is missing here and maybe "s/a/an" > + > + <para> > + Support for hardware speech syntheses is enabled only along support for > + graphical installer. You thus need to select the <computeroutput>Graphical > + install</computeroutput> entry in the boot menu. > + </para> I think you want to say that speech synthesis is only available with the graphical installer. The English sentence seems awkward to me. Justin? > + > + <para> > + Hardware speech syntheses can not be automatically detected. You thus need > + to append the <userinput>speakup.synth=driver</userinput> boot parameter > + to tell Speakup which driver it should use. <userinput>driver</userinput> > + should be replaced by the driver code for your device, see <ulink > + url="&url-speakup-driver-codes;"></ulink> for a list. The textual version > + of the installer will then be automatically selected, and support for the > + speech synthesis will be automatically installed on the target system. > + </para> > + > </section> Strange. You first say that speech synthesis is only aval with the graphical installer, then that specifying what driver to use automatically selects the *text* installer.
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