Debian 7 speak up and gnome clashing
tony at baechler.net
Wed May 15 03:50:06 EDT 2013
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Well, you can hit the print screen key. That's supposed to completely
turn Speakup off. Alternatively, you could write a script to unload the
Speakup modules, start gdm and reload the Speakup modules later or reload
them by hand. Speakup is supposed to turn itself off when it detects X
and turn itself on at a normal console, but apparently that doesn't seem
to work from what I've been reading lately. On my unstable system with a
broken GDM and Orca, Speakup seems to work fine if I switch to a text
console, but I have no speech at all with Orca and I need to do a new
install to try to fix it.
On 5/14/2013 9:51 AM, Joseph Norton wrote:
> Ok. I haven't used them concurrently.
> How would I go about disabling speakup until I need it?
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