ldavis at shellworld.net
Mon Mar 3 16:52:33 EST 2003
As was pointed out: edit /proc/speakup/characters with nano or the like,
and change the name of any characters you want.
Of course, back up that file in some way (solutions have been listed
here), or it will reset when you reboot.
It is not ideal, but I am using it now, and it does work.
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Alex Snow wrote:
> I have noticed that over the two months or so I've been using linux. It
> took some getting used to but now it's fine. Kinda like bang for the "!"
> A message from the system administrator: "I've upped my priority, now up yours!"
> On Sun, 2 Mar 2003, Scott Howell wrote:
> > Luke,
> > Perhaps if you consider that in Canada and perhaps other places the "Z"
> > is pernounced as "zed" and then you might understand this could be the
> > reason.
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