janina at rednote.net
Sun Nov 6 22:28:00 UTC 2005
You may want to read the installation HOWTO for the Speakup Modified
To install with braille, you'll need the appropriate images from brltty.
You cannot install with software speech, though you can use software
speech once you have a working installation.
Odd Martin Baanrud writes:
> I plan to install Linux on a 21 GB harddrive.
> I have some questions, which I hope someone can answer.
> What distribution should I use?
> Is it possible to get my Braille Voyager functioning durring the
> And/or, is it possible to get speech?
> I don't have an external synth, so it must be via the sound card.
> Witch programs are the best for:
> * Mail
> * News
> * Web browsing
> * Listening to diffrent kinds of multimedia.
> * IRC
> * Speech
> * Sound recording/editing
> * OCR
> * CD-recording
> Also, is the version of Skype for Linux accessible with braille/speech?
> Does it exists a version of MSN for Linux?
> Well, this were many questions. I hope someone can answer them, so I
> can have some basic things to start with.
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