Darragh Ó Héiligh
lists at digitaldarragh.com
Fri Aug 17 10:13:33 EDT 2007
I'm going to be using SuSE every day now from September as part of a
promotion within the company I'm working in.
I remember a few years ago, I successfully recompiled the SuSE kernel
to support speakup with a lot of trial and error. Do any of you have
any suggestions as to how I should go about it this time?
I remember the problem the last time was related to a module check
that Novell had installed into the kernel to check for untested
modules so without that enabled speakup worked fine.
I'm going to be installing SuSE onto my laptop on Sunday to start
getting use to it again as I haven't used it in over a year so any
suggestions you can provide would be most welcome.
BTW, would any of you much more experienced people be willing to help
by looking at making a generic kernel available for SuSE similar to
that offered on the speakupModified site for Fedora? This would be a
fantastic development for me as I am probably going to have to patch a
lot of machines with speakup in the next two months and that will
probably take a long time considering I'm a relative newby when it
comes to kernel recompilation. I've delved into it a few times but
aside from what I needed to know at the time I'm not as experienced as
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