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Re: kernel version 2.2.16-22

Jude -

I know of no kernel version dependencies in emacspeak or any of the
emacspeak-ss servers.

		- Jim Van Zandt

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>From: Jude DaShiell <dashiell@starpower.net>
>Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 10:19:11 +1300
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>What versions of emacspeak and emacspeak doubletalk server packages will
>work with this kernel version?  I've got redhat 7.0 with that kernel version
>on a machine and have failed with I think 12.0 and 1.7 respectively for the
>last couple of days.  I used the binaries in the rpm format and they
>installed successfully.  I did not download the source code since the size
>of that package I think wouldn't fit on a floppy disk and the linux box
>isn't ready for the internet yet until I tighten up its security and get it
>talking first.  I used export DTK_PROGRAM=doubletalk and export
>DTK_PORT=/dev/ttyS0 in /etc/profile and also in .profile for root directory
>under bash and when I ran emacspeak I heard a beep from the computer speaker
>and keystrokes just generated beeping after that.  I had to reboot to regain
>any control.  I have the computer doing what talking it does when not
>hacking emacspeak with exec >/dev/ttyS0 2>&1.  There is a possibility this
>version of the package needs a more current kernel version so that's my
>reason for asking.  via voice went commercial so far as I can tell and since
>I already paid money for the doubletalk lt I figure to get some use out of
>Jude <dashiell@starpower.net>
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