new to the list

Juan Hernandez juan at
Thu Mar 13 10:27:43 EST 2003

there is a goldstar.i I think thats what it is called, thats what I need.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Holmes" <steve at>
To: <speakup at>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 6:31 AM
Subject: Re: new to the list

> I don't know where you ultimately found the CDROM drivers you needed
> but there is a generic speakup-enabled boot disk for normal IDE and
> for SCSI based systems.  Look for speakup.i for IDE and speakup.s for
> SCSI.  I'm referring to the bootdisk images here.  If you ended up
> having to use one of the specialty discs for other drivers, let me
> know which one you used and I could perhaps prepare a speakup version
> for you.  They just created two speakup boot images.  Otherwise, you
> would double the size of Slackware's boot system.
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 03:28:00PM -0800, Juan Hernandez wrote:
> > Howdy, I am new to the list, I've been using linux and freebsd for many
a years.  I just started using the speakup screen reader.  I am quite
empressed with the changes that have been made to it.  I remember trying
speakup when it was like version  .08 or something like that.  I had a
> >
> > I can't get slackware installed on my pc, for some reason it doesn't
find my cdrom.  I figured out that I needed to use another disk image that
has the drivers for my cdrom, how can I do this and also keep the speakup
while installing?  Thanks
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