USB Serial Devices and Speakup
igueths at lava-net.com
Sun Oct 31 15:39:20 EST 2004
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I don't believe that is going to work as you expect, due to the fact that the USB subsystem starts much later than the regular serial port is initialized.
On Sun, Oct 31, 2004 at 11:33:26AM -0800, Zachary wrote:
> I've given up with the keypad on my desktop, and anyway my laptop has got a
> hard drive to spare.
> I'm wondering how Speakup will recognize a Dectalk Express connected via a
> USB serial adapter? My laptop doesn't have any built in serial ports, and
> so I have to use an adapter.
> Do I have to supply extra Kernel options to get it to boot? If not, how
> can I start speech after the Kernel has detected the USB device? Assuming,
> of course, that it supports it.
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