[Grml] Testing current daily ISOs to go towards new release

Michael Whapples mwhapples at aim.com
Mon May 14 12:34:21 CEST 2012

Just a quick note that I tried GRML daily ISO here. I tried the 
full-64-bit one. I was mainly checking that the accessibility stuff 
worked and I successfully got brltty and speakup with espeak for output 
working. My only comment is that the volume was initially very low, but 
I know setting the audio levels is difficult to do automaticaly as it 
can vary between sound cards. I know in some earlier GRML releases there 
was a kernel option to set the volume level, is that still present?

Also, as a separate note: Having the testing and unstable daily ISOs 
caught me out, I initially downloaded the unstable/sid one but realised 
before booting the CD, so I downloaded and tested the testing one.

Michael Whapples
On 08/05/2012 14:35, Michael Prokop wrote:
> Hi,
> the current Grml daily ISOs (http://daily.grml.org/) feature a fresh
> 3.3.4 Linux kernel and I plan to work towards a 2012-05-rc0 release
> throughout the next days.
> Everyone who wants to see 2012-05-rc0 actually happen is invited to
> grab the current daily ISOs (the testing flavours of grml-full +
> grml-small, 64bit and 32bit) and report any issues we should address
> before releasing rc0.
> Let's get ready to rumble :)
> regards,
> -mika-

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