steve at steve-audio.net
Wed Oct 27 09:36:20 EDT 2004
Yes, despite the documentation, the latest revision of the M20/40
firmware will allow you to use it as a speech synthesizer when
you choose the BNS option in Speakup. I don't believe the Keynote
SA is supported, but the older internal card works with Speakup.
I'd love to be wrong as I have a Braille Note and would much
rather listen to it read the Linux console than a Braille Lite
On Wednesday, October 27, 2004, 1:51:51 AM, Speakup is a screen review system for Linux. decided to say:
> Hi listers, I'm hoping to be getting into the linux world soon, as soon
> as I get my new note-taker, an m20 or a Braille Note. Can anyone confirm
> if these devices are working? I note in the Speakup-modified Fedora
> Distro Install guide, it mentions that all Blazie products are
> supported, except Milenium and Pac Mate. However, I contacted fs, the
> makers of these products, who said it should work using the bns option
> of a screen reader. So, what's the story here? Also, does the keynote
> gold SA work?
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