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Re: environment settings for emacspeak in a shell

Sean writes:
 > When I open up a shell after starting emacspeak, emacspeak always tells me
 > my terminal setting of "dumb" is not powerful enough to run Emacs.  When I
 > set the terminal to something like vt100, I nolonger get this message but
 > Emacspeak speaks all the escape sequences and linefeeds and speaks from
 > above my last entered command.  What should I set my environment to for
 > term, eterm, etc.?

Run M-x term instead of M-x shell if you need to access
terminal-oriented applications. The Emacspeak documentation describes
the Emacspeak commands available from within the terminal emulator.

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