Fedora Speakup modified and SSH?
janina at rednote.net
Mon Nov 19 11:30:42 EST 2007
You cannot install the SpeakupModified using ssh. You can install using
telnet. See our mini-howto on this at our home page.
Keith Hinton writes:
> Hello all,
> I have a computer that I was going to try installing Fedora core onto.
> Problem is:
> 1. No serial ports, thus there is no hope of hardware speech support.
> 2. Though the PC has more then enough RAM, this puts me in the position of
> requiring an SSH terminal, as Telnet is likely to be just as inaccessible as
> While I can setup an SSH terminal client on the other Windows computer I
> have over here, that won't work without an SSH server, so I'm wondering if
> Fedora core's CD happens to have this?
> If not, then I may have to resort to GRML or something else with Speakup
> I've totally decided not to use Ubuntu, or Gentoo because neither of them
> now contain Speakup, and I think now that so many distros are dropping it,
> I love Speakup with software speech myself, personally, ESpeak, to be quite
> specific. Perhaps Speakup modified includes ESpeak in there repositories?
> That would be nice to grab Dispatcher, SpeechD-up, and ESpeak.
> BTW..while we're on this, Would anyone here be able to tel me how to get the
> native Espeak module working sinse I here one now exists? Previously, I was
> using Espeak-generic.
> Regards, --Keith
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> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
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