GRML with SpeakUp
janina at rednote.net
Tue Jun 21 09:34:56 EDT 2016
Glad you were able to retrieve the file, Scott.
PS: I tested the link by pasting it into a fresh launch of lynx and had
no issues, so I can't comment on what happened in your case. But, the
good news is you got the file.
Scott Henning writes:
> FYI, The link as posted took me nowhere? I had to separate the address into
> two parts for it to work. The actual address and the file name. I copied
> everything after the dot net and then deleted that part from the address in
> the browser. That gave me the ftp index page where I searched for the file
> name I copied. It downloaded fine.
> On 6/20/2016 7:34 AM, Janina Sajka wrote:
> > I've an older grml that I know works available at:
> > ftp://rednote.net/grml64-full_2012.05.iso
> > So, if this 64-bit will work for you, you're certainly welcome to it.
> > I don't know what happened at your end. I would expect the newer grml
> > should work, too, but I haven't updated my stick in some time.
> > Janina
> > Glenn writes:
> > > Hi,
> > > I found an old post to this list which I kept, on starting SpeakUp in GRML.
> > > I have tried it with both sudo and without.
> > > I ran
> > > modprobe speakup_soft
> > > then I ran
> > > espeakup
> > > And I get no speech.
> > > There are some rather loud and obnoxious beeps when it starts, but I followed another suggestion to try:
> > > alsamixer
> > > and up arrow a bunch of times, and that did not help either.
> > > I did:
> > > speaker-test -c 2
> > > and I do get sound out of the speakers.
> > > Any other ideas?
> > > Thanks much.
> > > Glenn
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> Scott D. Henning
> shenning at durango.net
> AAD Broadcast Engineering
> P.O. Box 1372
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Janina Sajka, Phone: +1.443.300.2200
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