I am now getting started
janina at afb.net
Sun Nov 18 17:34:51 EST 2001
There are some good enhancements in 7.2 over 7.0. I would also suggest
that you're better off using an installation that already knows you will
be using speech. It is likely that the 7.0 you have doesn't have speakup
support because that isn't provided by Redhat yet.
On Sun, 18 Nov 2001,
Dave Hunt wrote:
> Thanks, Tom!
> Your advice will probably get me around my startup troubles, as well. I
> didn't realize this was a full-fledged RH7.2 distribution. Two questions,
> Do I just burn all these ".iso" files onto cds? I'll be using Adaptech
> Easy Cd Creater under Win2K.
> I now RH7.0". Does the Install in the modified 7.2 have an
> "upgrade" option? or will I have to overwrite my existing install?
> Speakup mailing list
> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
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