help with speakup and fedora core 6

Kristoffer Gustafsson kg84 at
Sun Jan 21 23:38:42 UTC 2007

The reason why I'm trying to do this is because I've allready burned a dvd 
with core 6, I don't want to download another distribution again and burn 
another dvd.

Hmm, with the speakup modified version of fedora are there kernel modules 
along with the modified kernels too?

So that I can only load the modules.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Janina Sajka" <janina at>
To: "Linux for blind general discussion" <blinux-list at>
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 1:00 AM
Subject: Re: help with speakup and fedora core 6

> What are you trying to do? The SpeakupModified provides you kernels with
> Speakup builtin. There's no need to roll your own, unless you have some
> particular need that isn't being support in our builds? As far as I can
> see, there's no reason for what you're trying to do. What am I missing?
> Janina
> Kristoffer Gustafsson writes:
>> Hello!
>> I need some help here with speakup and fedora core 6.
>> I have the kernel sources from the fedora core 6 dvd image.
>> I go into it and type make mrproper as described in the speakup 
>> documentation but I only get errors.
>> Is there something mroe I need to do? I compiled kernels ok under core 2 
>> and core 4.
>> Or is this kernel not a good one, so I shall go and download a new from 
>> somewhere?
>> Or could some person be kind enough to me and compile the modules I need 
>> I want to use software speech.
>> Then I can take them and load them with insmod.
>> /Kristoffer
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