Setup of Raspberry PI
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Aug 1 03:24:24 UTC 2021
Thank you for all the hints and pointers. I got this working with the default image in the end. I had forgotten about the ability to add an ssh file to my boot device and connect that way.
I really appreciate the answers here.
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Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2021 1:32 PM
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Subject: Re: Setup of Raspberry PI
I installed Ubuntu server using the Raspberry Pi imager, then simply worked w/it via SSH.
On 7/31/21, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
> I don't know about the older versions of Pi, but I've set up 4B
> successfully without any sighted assistance using the official
> Raspberry OS image.
> Pranav Lav wrote a very good tutorial on his blog:
> I have tweaked it a bit for my purposes, including configuration of
> the language and wifi over SSH, using the default desktop environment
> (which is a fork of LXDe) and installing Orca directly from the
> repository, as the from source installation did not work very well - I
> was not able to confirm the configuration requested on the first run.
> Though I suppose this can be worked around simply by installing
> source-compiled Orca over a repository installation, I use it this way
> on my laptop and it works quite well (the repository version is not
> updated anywhere near low frequently, so I'm not worried about things
> getting messed. :) )
> Best regards
> Dňa 31. 7. 2021 o 17:41 Linux for blind general discussion napísal(a):
>> My Raspberry PI device lost power during an upgrade so wasn't booting
>> any longer. I reflashed the SD card to just do a clean install. But
>> I am now curious if there is a way to get ORCA or other speech to do setup?
>> The first time I did this, I had sighted assistance because I and a
>> brother were setting up four of these at the same time
>> I've tried a few things to try and get things talking with no luck.
>> I'm using the default Raspberry PI image from their site.
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