jwantz at hpcc2.hpcc.noaa.gov
Wed Jun 28 18:00:52 EDT 2000
Well, the installation floppy has the speech which allows you to install
the contents of the CD. As of now, you still have to compile your
"talking" kernel. Some day though, someone will come up with
distributions with speech already built in, I'm not that guy though
because I don't have a CD recorder for my computer.
As for any Debian questions I have to defer to others because I have yet
to run that distribution.
On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, brent harding wrote:
> Is there a speaking CD available for installing debian? I have a laptop
> with one of those drive bays that you swap the drives, so I'd either have
> to install from all floppies or all CD. My laptop has a bigger hard drive
> so I can't really transfer my partition over and recompile for dectalk
> At 03:55 PM 6/28/00 -0400, you wrote:
> >Hi Terry,
> >And I thought I'd been around UNIX for a long time, my first exposure was
> >with SUN/OS around 1992. By the way, Bill Acker is the ultimate authority
> >on which disk names are what, because he built the Redhat ones. Though
> >I've been programming in C since about the mid 80s, I know nothing about
> >kernel hacking or drivers. I sure want to learn though!
> > PPP would be a very tough go for installing Linux. I'm not even sure I'd
> >want to try it from my cable modem--but the time required on a 56K
> >connection would be ridiculous. Go with the CD!
> > Jim WB0TFK
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