Installing FC2 with BRLTTY.

Janina Sajka janina at
Mon Oct 11 19:39:10 UTC 2004

This is correct. You cannot match versions. There will be some changes
soon on the Speakup Modified site hopefully to clarify this even

Cheryl Homiak writes:
> And i also believe I've just proven my theory.
> I made a brltty.iso from the boot.iso that is currently on the speakup 
> site, dated oct. 7. This brltty.iso, if given both speakup and brltty 
> parameters, boots both but then the first iso of the speakup-modified cd 
> set which I downloaded a few weeks ago and which I believe was dated with 
> a september date is not recognized because it does not match the boot 
> media--the brltty.iso made from the later boot.iso.
> I just downloaded and burned a FC2-i386-disc1.iso from the speakup site, 
> dated Oct. 11, but apparently part of the same set as the boot.iso i 
> downloaded. After booting of the brltty.iso from october, this 
> FC1-i386-disc1.iso is recognized as a fedora cd and the first step 
> (testing for integrity of the cd) can be initiated. Hence my statement 
> that whenever you update your speakup-modified isos, you must also make a 
> new brltty.iso to match, using the current boot.iso. I hope this clarifies 
> things.
> Also be aware that a braillified iso can also be made using the first disk 
> in the set and i believe also the rescue iso. So it's possible to make a 
> braillified FC2-i386-disc1.iso and bring up speakup and/or brltty with it 
> and not have to change cds to start installation.
> -- 
> Cheryl
> "Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
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