GRML and Speakup

Techswing33 techswing33 at
Fri Oct 2 13:46:00 EDT 2015


I second this. I've tried to do this in the past, but all the isos
I've made then tried to boot have been nnonbootable.


On 10/2/15, Steve Matzura <sm at> wrote:
> John:
> On Mon, 28 Sep 2015 22:20:21 -0400, you wrote:
>>The instructions you saw are out of date.  What you do is at the tone
>>that you hear after booting from the cd, just hit enter and wait for
>>another beep.  Now just hit return and you will be at a root  prompt
>>with no speech.  Now type modprobe speakup_soft and hit enter and then
>>type espeakup.
> Some enterprising soul should come up with the mods which will do this
> automatically. Try as I might, I absolutely could not hear the
> internal speaker beep on either of the two systems I tried this on.
> Turns out, the speaker itself is buried deep, and I mean really deep,
> in the case, covered up by lots of other components. Therefore, having
> grml come up talking would be, to say the least, most efficacious.
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