On 12 Jul 2005, at 12:14, CP Hennessy wrote:
> On Tuesday 12 July 2005 12:04, Darragh wrote:
>> As some of you already know I'm blind so I use applications like
>> Speakup to
>> read the console and Gnopernicus to read the Gnome environment.
>>>> I'd generally stick to a distribution of Linux that came already
>> with the Speakup screen reader as I'd then be certain that I could
>> independently install it. However, the company that I work for are
>> to Suse 9.3 Professional in a month so I need to be able to
>> install, configure and use the system.
>> Not sure if it helps or is very relevant, but I know that one of the
> SuSE goes thru during installation is looking for braille displays.
which AIUI was largely driven by one of the authors of the SuSE install
system being blind. But as the OP mentioned, SuSE only looks for
braille devices on the serial port, and the device he has is USB based.
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