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Re: installing via USB2serial adapter.



Dave:

I have not used either of the adapters you suggest. I have, however,
installed over PCMCIA ethernet using a floppy to start the process. I
selected an ftp installation, and it went perfectly well.
 On Fri, 6 Apr
2001 awesome-dave1@juno.com wrote:

> Hello,
> 	I've got a laptop that I'd like to install Linux and use emacspeak on.
> Unfortunately it doesn't have a serial port, which eliminates a terminal
> or speakup installation. I'm wondering has anyone used a USB 2 serial
> adapter or PCMCIA to serial adapter to do a terminal or speakup based
> install prior to installing emacspeak?
> Thanks.
> Dave.
>
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