remaster-append.sh almost works.
samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org
Mon Apr 2 21:29:06 EDT 2012
Martin McCormick, le Mon 02 Apr 2012 20:26:39 -0500, a écrit :
> Samuel Thibault writes:
> > Please also tell which exact image you applied it on (e.g. the download
> > url).
> I should have captured the url but I do not have it. I
> wanted the 6.0.4 image with speakup in the kernel and was of the
> understanding that one could get it to come up speaking if one
> typed a lower case s at the boot prompt.
No, that's only true for either the images on my people.debian.org site,
or the pre-release images of wheezy (7).
> I wanted to remaster to
> an image that already would come up automatically talking
> because I am not sure when to type the s.
It is documented: when you hear the beep, you can press the s. But
again, that can only work with images of wheezy, or my images on
> The image I downloaded was
Which is kfreebsd, not linux. So it's not suprising that the script
failed, as it's meant to deal with linux images only.
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