making grml boot with speech with grml2hd
tyler at tysdomain.com
Tue Aug 26 10:45:59 EDT 2008
I'll try it again in a bit and see how things go.
I can just dpkg --purge the unwanted stuff, when it does install.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Baechler" <tony at baechler.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 3:08 AM
Subject: Re: making grml boot with speech with grml2hd
> Tyler Littlefield wrote:
>> I am installing grml with grml2hd, and was wondering what kernel
>> parameters I should pass for swspeak... Is it just swspeak?
> I didn't have to pass anything, but I don't use software speech. If in
> doubt, pass swspeak. The worst you would get is an error in your logs.
> Also, how accessible is grml2hd? When I tried it, the cursor either
> didn't follow my selection or Speakup couldn't follow the cursor. I
> needed sighted help because I almost formatted and installed the wrong
> hard disk partition. I hope that got fixed. Mika posted here that he was
> unaware of the problem and it sounded like it would be fixed, but since
> it's already installed, I had no reason to try it again. Also be aware
> that just by the nature of a live CD installation, you'll probably end up
> with lots of extra packages that you don't need or want. If you're on a
> desktop for example, it still installs a bunch of packages for laptops,
> wireless, Apache, etc. Hopefully some of those can be turned off easily
> in grml2hd, but I couldn't when I tried. I was not running the final 1.1,
> I was running 1.1RC1. Hopefully some of these problems have been fixed.
> I would like to know how it goes for you.
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