What's a braille display that _works_?
mlang at teleweb.at
Wed May 5 18:04:08 UTC 2004
As mentioned earlier by Dave, Freedom Scientific displays are supported
from brltty 3.5pre3 up.
John covici <covici at ccs.covici.com> writes:
> I am not sure if this is in a released version, but I know brltty is
> working with the Freedom Scientific Braille display, but since I
> don't have one I have no way of evaluating such a thing.
> on Wednesday 05/05/2004 Attila Konietzka(attilakonietzka at gmx.net) wrote
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> > Hello,
> > Well i am just not sure if the braille-device that's manufactured by Freedom
> > scientiffic would work under linux with brltty. Last time i checked with the
> > Developers it still wouldn't work.
> > Attila.
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