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Emacspeak on Ubuntu 8.10: best way to go about it?



Hi, list,

I've got an install of Ubuntu 8.10. Although I've had an interest in emacs and emacspeak for a long time until now I never managed to make the time to learn it properly. Anyway, what is the best way to go about getting a functional emacspeak on this distro? Use distro packages? Install emacspeak from source? Is the emacs available on the distro the right choice, or should I also install emacs on my own? How about X or console: does it make more sense to use emacs on X or the console for emacspeak purposes, or is it indifferent?

I took a look at the install howto but it seems ... a bit outdated.

Thanks all,
--David.

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