making distros like Asterisk at Home talk from install upthrough daily use
janina at rednote.net
Wed Jun 14 16:23:04 UTC 2006
The Asterisk At Home page says it's a web gui. So, if you want it to
work with Speakup, go fix the web markup so it will run with lynx or
elinks or maybe edbrowse.
You're rather asking how to use a hammer to slice an orange, sir.
Brent Harding writes:
> Actually, it's a distribution iso image that contains CentOS, the Asterisk
> software which it compiles after the install reboots the system, and
> various web and console config tools so you don't have to mess with the
> complex config files that often. I would control it remotely, but my other
> machine is XP and Windows Telnet and JFW doesn't work well to edit files on
> remote systems and I never cared for Festival with Oralux. I wonder how I'd
> throw in a talking Kernel and not make the module dependencies not be
> mismatched? I'd rather just install the rest of the package over my Fedora
> I already left on there, but they built it around this distro.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Janina Sajka" <janina at rednote.net>
> To: "Linux for blind general discussion" <blinux-list at redhat.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 3:24 PM
> Subject: Re: making distros like Asterisk at Home talk from install
> upthrough daily use
> >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
> >>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
> >>I just want certain files of and that will then be reformatted, and it
> >>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
> >>are set up for that distro. The last time I tried just replacing the
> >>on an install disk and reburning, I got module error disaster. How do I
> >>prevent that this time?
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