Gentoo Archives: gentoo-accessibility

From: Deedra Waters <dmwaters@g.o>
To: "'gentoo-accessibility@g.o'" <gentoo-accessibility@l.g.o>
Subject: Re: [gentoo-accessibility] 2004.2 problem
Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2004 04:33:40
In Reply to: [gentoo-accessibility] 2004.2 problem by Whitley CTR Cecil H
This won't help you solve your problem much, but i can tell you that
speakup's software speech won't work on the livecd. Currently the livecd
only supports the hardware synths, and doesn't support the internal
decktalk because it requires a seperate program. I just wanted to
clarify this for you. Hopefully one of the releng folks can help you
sort this.

On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Whitley CTR Cecil H wrote:

> Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 00:22:24 -0400 > From: Whitley CTR Cecil H <WhitleyCH.ctr@××××××××××××××××.mil> > Reply-To: gentoo-accessibility@l.g.o > To: "'gentoo-accessibility@g.o'" > <gentoo-accessibility@l.g.o> > Subject: [gentoo-accessibility] 2004.2 problem > > Hi, > I brought my external dectalk express home tonight to install 2004.2 on my > home system. I ran into a real problem, and I don't know what would be > really important in a bug report. > I have an Asus p4c800-e deluxe motherboard with p4 3.4 and an s-ata hd. I > also have an USB 2.0 external IDE drive bay with an ata-100 hd which shows > up as /dev/sda. All went well, booted with speech, mounted drives, etc. > Only problem, the onboard Intel CSA Gig-e network adapter wasn't fully > configured. When I ran net-setup the machine locked with no speech. > On-screen msg was > disabling interupt 17 > n interrupt not disabled > Or something similar (working with a 13 year old). > > I searched gentoo bugs for csa (no joy) and p4c800-e deluxe (joy, but only > for pnpbios). > > It should be noted that I used the command line > smp speakup_synth=dectlk > So the smp enabled 2.6 kernel was loaded. Prior boot I had used > gentoo speakup_synth=dectlk > But the 2.4 kernel did not fully recognize/drive the onboard sound. Since I > was hoping to get software speech up and running the soundcard support is > critical. Also, the smp support for hyperthreading is a "nice to have". is > the driverr version listed is 5.x.x and the Asus site has an Intel 7.0.x > driver for linux for the CSA adapter. It also has an ALSA 0.9.6 soundmax > driver. The CSA driver is listed for RH 7.3, 8, 9 and SUSE 9.0, I assume > this is all 2.4.x kernels? I don't want to post a bug without fully vetting > the problem since I assume that since there is at least one posted/fixed bug > for the p4c800-e deluxe that someone else is using this board with no > problem now. The only question that is left is are they using the onboard > ethernet, and if so, is this a problem specific to having speakup or > optionally the serial port active? Guidance please? What can I do to > provide the most helpfull bug report with the most accurate problem > description I can come up with? > > Thanks, > > Cecil Whitley > > P.s. Since I have the universal CD, should I try patching the > gentoo-dev-sources kernel with the driver from the Asus site? I presume > that I can get all of this built without networking, if my reading of the > install.txt is correct? > > Now, what I have noticed >
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