Accessible Ubuntu Installation?
tyler at tysdomain.com
Sun May 24 02:50:43 EDT 2009
I haven't had much luck with it, but I did get a basic debian system going
with grml, if that helps.
I didn't have the money to invest in a hardware synth, and I don't have a
serial port, so I was limited to software speech.
I basically used a grml cd, made my partitions, used grub-install on the
boot partitions, used debootstrap on the / partition, mounted, used
mount --bind on proc and sys, then chrooted and installed a kernel and a
email: tyler at tysdomain.com
My programs don't have bugs, they're called randomly added features.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gaijin" <gaijin at clearwire.net>
To: "SpeakUP Mailing List" <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2009 12:35 AM
Subject: Accessible Ubuntu Installation?
> Hello all,
> Just wondering if anyone is running Ubuntu and know how to
> install it? I can't seem to find anything referring to accessibility,
> speakup, jupiter, or software synthesis parameters available with a
> Ubuntu installation. GRML is not starting with the swspeak boot
> parameter on my puter on my desktop. Maybe because I have a motherboard
> and SB Live sound card installed. TIA,
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