Labitup at home.com
Thu Nov 22 11:30:08 EST 2001
Hi, I am new to Speakup, and I have been following the list for just a
short while now. I want to learn whether the following is possible, and
how to best accomplish it.
First, some info about my Linux box. I have a very small PC installed with
Redhat 7.1, kernal 2.4.2-12 running on a P133 with no CDROM.
A friend set it up for me and I am currently using a serial connection from
My Win98 PC.
What I want to be able to do is to insert a floppy with Speakup and any
necessary boot files and have Linux come up talking. Is this possible?
If so, what do I need to get/do?
I want to use a DEC Express on COM2, keeping the serial connection on COM1.
If this is possible, and I thought it was from reading the list for just a
short time, what files do I need?
How do I use them?
Any info out there detailing this process?
I am sure there is info I have left out, so please ask any questions, and I
will answer them to the best of my ability. Rememberr, I am new, never
built a kernal, the more detailed your response, the better.
Thank you in advance for helping another newbie get up and talking with
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