speakup for etch v. of debian

Scott Ford scott at adaptiveit.us
Sun Nov 12 09:04:11 EST 2006

	I have been using GRML, it is a live debin based version.  You can
get Speakup by just typing the cheat code: grml swspeak at the boot command
line. This point will come up after about 12 seconds after you switch on
your computer.
 You can obtain a iso from www.grml.org
.  I hope that this can help.
-----Original Message-----
From: speakup-bounces at braille.uwo.ca [mailto:speakup-bounces at braille.uwo.ca]
On Behalf Of Ned Granic
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2006 5:37 AM
To: Speakup is a screen review system for Linux.
Subject: speakup for etch v. of debian

Hi all,
Last week my classmates installed the etch version of debian on their
I was not there, but apparently, we'll deal with the etch version of debian
for the final.
So, is there a speakup installation disk for etch?
If not, is there any speech-supported version of etch?
And one more question: I know about oralux version of Knoppix -- I
downloaded it and it works --, but it seems to be extremely complicated, and
it'll take me a long time to learn it before I can put it to use.
Do you know of any alternative?
What I need it for is to connect another system (from which is Knoppix run)
with a cross-over cable to my Linux box to test it.
Can I use anything else for that purpose other than Knoppix? How about

Many thanks in advance!
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