janina at rednote.net
Fri Oct 8 11:02:10 EDT 2004
This does indeed make a lot of sense, Butch.
Installing the kernels is not at all hard. And, yes, you will be able to
install with speech using the 4 disk images from the Speakup Modified
Fedora site. And, when you finish, you'll have a a talking kernel
all ready for use.
Butch Bussen writes:
> Yes, irlp is using ffedora, well the new stuff is. we're presently
> running redhat 9, but my understanding they're moving over to fedora and I
> think we'll be updated. I'd be interested in the kernels, but not sure
> I'd know how to install them. I was booting from a floppy to install
> their system from scratch and had all kinds of problems. I had to get
> sighted help to do all this, and it was a real pain. I sure wish I'd had
> speech for that. I haven't opened my new box yet, but if it will boot
> from the cd, I can download the images from the linux-speakup page. I
> think it says I need four disks.
> I guess this doesn't make a lot of sense, what I'm wondering is how hard
> it is to install the kernels you have for speech once I'm upgraded to
> fedora on the irlp box.
> Butch Bussen
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