Knoppix with braille support (fwd)
nath.ml at free.fr
Tue Mar 16 20:01:39 UTC 2004
Yes, it is possible.
at the Knoppix boot prompt you must enter the following line :
knoppix blind brltty=device,port,table
Of course replace device with the code représenting your braille display
(generally two letters), port with the port where the braille display is
connected, and table with the name of the file containing the braille
table you want to use.
for example to use an handitec braille display on serial port com1 with
a french braille table the line must be as follow :
knoppix blind brltty=ht,/dev/ttyS0,text.fr-cbifs.tbl
Hope this help,
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> is it possible to run the knoppix version of linux with a braille display?
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