Debian Rescue CD
oyvind at lode.is
Wed May 15 04:31:58 EDT 2013
That is exactly what I am trying to do.
My goal is to build my own CD like GRML that automatically boot with speech using speakup and espeak/espeakup.
I am trying to figure out which tools to use to build this CD and how to get it to talk automatically.
I will have a look at the debian live build packages and read some documentation.
From: Speakup [speakup-bounces at linux-speakup.org] on behalf of Tony Baechler [tony at baechler.net]
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 09:31
To: Speakup is a screen review system for Linux.
Subject: Re: Debian Rescue CD
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Why can't you build your own CD? Just install the live-build packages and
read the documentation. It built fine for me, but I just used the
defaults. That's why I said it would be simple to add speech. Just have
it build the rescue CD with the espeak and espeakup packages. There is a
package to convert an existing system to a live CD as well.
On 5/14/2013 4:00 AM, Øyvind Lode wrote:
> I use software speech. The fact that espeak espeakup packages is not on
> the rescue CD makes it a bit harder. This means that GRML is better
> since I only need to press q to exit the GRML menu, then modprobe
> speakup_soft and then start espeakup.
> I have a box running "sid" (unstable) with all the tools I need +
> software speech at boot.
> It would have been cool if I could make my own rescue CD based on this
> config which also meant the rescue CD booted with speech.
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