Installing Debian with Espeakup
albert.e.sten_clanton at verizon.net
Thu Jan 14 21:36:13 EST 2016
""Maybe we could make
the installer, when several cards are detected, talk "To use this sound
card, press 0" on card 0, then talk "To use this sound card, press 1" on
card 1, etc., what do people think?"
That sounds like a good idea. I think the Arch DVD does something like
that when there's more than one sound card.
On 1/14/2016 7:03 PM, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Alonzo Cuellar, on Mon 04 Jan 2016 03:19:37 -0600, wrote:
>> My question is how can you choose card 1 so I can hear Espeakup?
> Mmm, that's an expected issue. We have not implemented anything about
>> You'd have to setup /etc/asond.conf,
> Or just setting an ALSA_CARD environment variable.
> The question is rather: how to let the user request that? I don't think
> adding another boot menu item would be nice. Adding a shortcut after
> boot is not really straightforward, and the user would still have to
> know that there are several sound cards and that the shortcut should
> be used to switch between cards. Making espeakup always talk on each
> and every device is not really an option either. Maybe we could make
> the installer, when several cards are detected, talk "To use this sound
> card, press 0" on card 0, then talk "To use this sound card, press 1" on
> card 1, etc., what do people think?
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