Announcing two open source GNOME assistive technologies
steve at holmesgrown.com
Mon Nov 12 08:42:12 EST 2001
Yes, I understand that is indeed the case. I wonder how speakup goes with
other hardware such as spark? I'm thinking of items such as keyboard
polling and communication with the serial ports or other synthesisers. I
personally can't imagine a double talk PC goinside a spark machine. Then
again, if the kernel provides low level drivers for these areas, it might
On Sat, 10 Nov 2001, Janina Sajka wrote:
> I understand linux runs very well on sparc platforms.
> On Fri, 9 Nov 2001, Amanda Lee wrote:
> > This is very interesting. If only we used Sun workstations at Verizon.
> > I do access Sun Solaris Servers to do development work but I doubt they'd
> > ever allow me Sys Admin privileges ha!
> > Next time they ask us for PC upgrades I'm going to throw them a fast one!
> > and request a Linux box! haha!
> > Amanda Lee
> > Alexandria VA
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