making distros like Asterisk at Home talk from install up through daily use

Janina Sajka janina at
Tue Jun 13 20:24:37 UTC 2006

Why? Why particularly Asterisk At Home when Asterisk itselfs works
perfectly well with Speakup.

Isn't Asterisk At Home a gui front end to Asterisk? Or, did I miss
something here?

Brent Harding writes:
> Hi there! I want to know how I could make Asterisk at Home run with a 
> speakup-enabled Kernel, especially through the installation and all? I want 
> to use the Asterisk system and Voip and heard this was the easiest way to 
> do it My old machine I want to make into a Linux box has some core of 
> Fedora on its secondary 6.whatever gig drive, and the 30 gig has 98 on that 
> I just want certain files of and that will then be reformatted, and it has 
> my double talk board I used with that distro. Assuming that the Fedora on 
> there is still bootable and I remember the Root password, how would I 
> modify the iso of the Asterisk at Home distro so I could have talking 
> install and then boot into a talking system? I heard this is the easiest 
> way of running such a system because you get the webbased admin tools that 
> are set up for that distro. The last time I tried just replacing the Kernel 
> on an install disk and reburning, I got module error disaster. How do I 
> prevent that this time?
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