problem installing debian
tyler at tysdomain.com
Sat Sep 20 22:03:34 EDT 2008
I've never had to type install when I had a synth.
that may or may not work, but... that's what I had to do before.
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----- Original Message -----
From: <jaffar at ecstatico.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2008 7:53 PM
Subject: problem installing debian
> Hi Folks. I cannot tell at which point of the boot process do i need to
> enter the command to activate my speech synth to begin the install
> Well, i reboot my pc, then insert the debian netinst disk that i have made
> from the iso image. The pc speaker beeps, then there's a whole lot of
> activity, and then the disk spins for about a minute and stops. I would
> have thought that tha'ts the point at which i would type the speech
> install command, so i type
> install speakup.synth=dectlk which is my external synth, then press enter.
> The disk spins again, but no speech. When it stops and i press the enter
> key again, the disk spins again, but with no speech guidance whatsoever.
> So, at which point of the boot process do i issue the install with speech
> command? Cheers!
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