Linux Daisy book reader
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Wed Nov 5 16:03:01 UTC 2008
The idair daisy player and listen-up; are the only two sort of working
players under linux.
Idair is a little more modern, but things are not in a good state as far
as daisy for linux goes.
There is a half-developed project for the mac done under python called
daisydelight, which should work some time, but last I checked, there were
still a lot to be done.
On Wed, 5 Nov 2008, Robert Jaquiss wrote:
> I suggest you go to:
> You should find links to software both for the producer and user. Also looks
> in the projects area for new projects and/or developments. Hope this helps.
> Robert Jaquiss, Chairman SVG-in-DAISY
> Email: rjaquiss at earthlink.net
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rob Harris" <robh at apearl.net>
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> Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 4:06 AM
> Subject: Linux Daisy book reader
> > Hi, I know of two Windows based daisy book readers - victor reader Soft and
> > EasyReader off Dolphin.
> > Is there a Linux daisy book player we can use, whatever form, whatever
> > version? It seems such a natural extension, but not heard of one yet.
> > Thanks, RobH.
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