looking for a speakup/speech dispatcher / orca expert
don.raikes at oracle.com
Mon Apr 22 11:57:50 EDT 2013
I would appreciate any conf files you could send my direction.
I had forgotten about pulse and that it needs to be in the mix as well. That may be the missing link to this issue :-)
From: deedra waters [mailto:deedra at the-brannons.com]
Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2013 4:34 PM
To: Speakup is a screen review system for Linux.
Subject: Re: looking for a speakup/speech dispatcher / orca expert
Make sure that pulse is in it's own environment, I can dig up a config that gets dropped into the user's home directory if you need it.
if it's like arch, you also need to comment all of the pulse crap out of a specific config file in /etc, /etc/asound.conf.
On 4/21/2013 4:26 PM, Don Raikes wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am working on a derrative of debian called kali for penetration testing/computer forensics (actually I am working with the folks at offensive security) to help make the distro accessible.
> So far we have a wheezy based distro that has an accessible installer, and orca starts on the gdm boot screen so it is possible to login to gnome-classic. After login, orca works fine.
> My problem is that sometimes I want to run terminal sessions outside of gnome, but Speakup won't start even though it is installed.
> Can anyone point me to some docs on getting orca, Speakup and speech-dispatcher to work together?
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