bmmcginty at bmcginty.hopto.org
Sat May 4 16:44:37 EDT 2013
Are there any actions common to each crash?
E.g. an application running, a certain amount of time spent idle, an attempt to copy and paste with speakup?
I've ggot an RP here; if I can get an sd card and writer, I'll put on a kernel and give it a whirl.
On Fri, May 03, 2013 at 07:29:57PM +0100, Mike Ray wrote:
> Hello Gene,
> Thanks for the welcome.
> Although I have SpeakUp running in Raspbian, there are some serious
> stability issues. Sometimes the tty I'm logged in to crashes and
> occasionally the kernel crashes, or I assume it does as once this
> happens there's no way I can tell what has happened.
> In getting this far I have had to look at the source quite closely
> and I noticed the changes over the last few years following some
> fundamental kernel changes.
> It looks to me as if a lot of the distros are making patches to the
> source and these patches don't seem to find their way back to the
> SpeakUp source repo.
> In an effort to solve the stability issues in the Pi kernel version
> 3.6.11 I took the SpeakUp source from kernel.org's 3.8.11 tree but
> it doesn't seem to have solved the problem.
> I don't know if these stability problems are specifically Raspberry
> Pi problems, possibly relating to the lower resources on the little
> machine, or whether SpeakUp is unstable in some desktop distros.
> Opinions and any help would be welcomed.
> On 03/05/2013 19:03, acollins at icsmail.net wrote:
> >Hello Mike! Welcome aboard! I'm not a raspberry user, but I'm glad to
> >hear you have yours up and running. You'll find most topics fair game
> >for discussion here.
> >Gene Collins
> >>I've just joined the list.
> >>I have recently managed to get SpeakUp going for the Raspberry Pi using
> >>In doing so I've had to do a lot of reading about kernel versions and
> >>SpeakUp source etc. so I thought I'd join the list.
> >>Michael A. Ray
> >>South-east UK
> >>Interested in accessibility for the Raspberry Pi?
> >>Visit: http://www.raspberryvi.org/
> >> From where you can join our mailing list for visually impaired Pi hackers
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