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Re: Availability of Emacspeak



   > Oralux is a GNU/Linux distribution for the blind or visually
   > impaired people. ....
   > For more details : http://oralux.org

That is very interesting.  Thanks

   "Robert J. Chassell" <bob@rattlesnake.com> wrote:

   >     After running `apt-get', you should be able to run Emacspeak by
   >     typing
   >
   >          emacspeak
   >     ....

   Unfortunately, not always it is so simple. For example, it does not
   work for me (Knoppix-based Debian unstable).

I'm running Debian testing.

   Do you use OSS or ALSA?

Probably OSS.  I have tried installing ALSA from alsa-driver-0.5.10b
sources and failed.  (I do not understand sound.)

   To have sound in Oralux I have to boot it with "alsa" cheatcode.

That is clearly a bug.  What is your "alsa" cheatcode?

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    Robert J. Chassell                         Rattlesnake Enterprises
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    http://www.teak.cc                             bob@rattlesnake.com

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