Anyone here use grml as a linux distro?
starnoble at gmail.com
Tue Dec 4 07:56:17 EST 2007
Could you outline the steps needed to do a successful grml2hd install, and
how to tell it to use ltlk by default, at least until I change it? And what
all is needed in order to install TTSynth on GRML??
Thanks in advance,
----- Original Message -----
From: "C.M. Brannon" <cmbrannon at cox.net>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2007 6:12 AM
Subject: Re: Anyone here use grml as a linux distro?
> "Jerry Matheny" <starnoble at gmail.com> writes:
>> I was wondering if anyone here has used grml as a Linux distro.
>> I was just wondering how hard is it to grml2hd and have speech come up
>> talking? I know it is Debian based, so would the Debian TTSynth package
>> be compatible? And would it be farely easy to install Gnome and Orca?
> I've been using grml on both the laptop and home system since March of
> 2007. The grml2hd process only takes a few minutes. It is completely
> accessible under Speakup.
> TTSynth works fine. I started using it as soon as it was released.
> You have to grab some prerequisite packages, but TTSynth installation
> is fairly straightforward.
> I am not sure about Gnome and Orca. I've never tried to install them,
> but theoretically, it should be as simple as apt-get.
> -- Chris
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