After Fedora installation?
dave at mielke.cc
Wed Apr 21 01:25:35 UTC 2004
[quoted lines by Jan and Bertil Smark Nilsson on 2004/04/21 at 11:07 +1000]
>when I boot it up, log in and type brltty, nothing happens. I've tried brltty
>-al -fr, but still nothing happens.
I assume you intended -al to cause the Alva driver to be used. While it's true
that al is the code for the Alva driver, you need to specify it as an operand
to the -b option. In other words, specify:
brltty -b al
Type brltty -h to get help on all the options which you can specify.
Check out the file /etc/brltty.conf if you want to set system-wide run-time
defaults so that you don't need to always specify the options.
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