1st, 2nd, 3rd And 4th Questions. Please,
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Sun Aug 10 01:49:01 EDT 2008
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The only answer I can give you is that according to
speakupmodified.org, the only version of fedora they're making
available now is fedora core 9. Given the size of the internet, I
suppose there exists some remote possibility that some site somewhere
archived the speakupmodified iso images of fc6, but I have no clue
what such a site might be, assuming one exists in the first place.
As for your question regarding where to get the latest speakup, the
best answer is from the git repository, but I assume that you wanted
to know about the speakup review package, rather than the source code
that you could patch into a linux kernel, which is what you'd end up
getting from git. Since you're asking about fedora, and about speakup,
I think the best place I can refer you to is
http://www.speakupmodified.org. Hth, and good luck.
On Sat, Aug 09, 2008 at 10:32:03PM -0700, SunUgerdodge & ProsBrilliantes wrote:
> Guys, I have some bits of questions in downloading and more about speakup.
> 1st. In my subject in our school's laboratory, we are using Fedora 6. But my problem is where to download the latest version of Speakup.
> 2nd. Is it okay to use the latest version of Speakup in Fedora 6?
> 3rd. Can Speakup works well with all Open Office applications?
> 4th and last. What can you tell me about the accuracy between JAWS screen reading capabilities and SpeakUp regardless on what OS they are use. Only the accuracy and voice performance.
> Please, tell me all about these questions. I will appreciate all your response, because I am not familiar in SpeakUp and using Linux OS.
> Thanks a million.
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