speakup settings

Gregory Nowak greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Sun May 22 21:48:18 EDT 2011

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You can only do this when speakup first starts. If you have speakup
built into the kernel, pass


to the kernel in your boot loader. Alternatively, if built as modules,
you can pass


to the speakup module. On one of my machines, I have a file in
/etc/modprobe.d called speakup.conf which looks like this:

- --- cut here ---
# options for speakup

options speakup quiet=1
- --- cut here ---

When I load speakup_xxx in /etc/modules, that in turn loads the
speakup module, which has quiet=1 passed to it when it gets
loaded. HTH.


On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 08:43:00PM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
> Hi people,
> I want to customize my speakup settings in /etc/rc.local upon system
> startup, and of course speakupconf can do most of what I want to do.
> However:
> I want to cause speakup to behave as though I had typed
> speakup+numpad_enter, and I don't see any configuration settings that
> would do that for me. Is there any way in a bash script such as
> rc.local that I can fake such a key combination? Am I overlooking
> something obvious? 
> Chuck
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