[Grml] GRML Accessibility Features

John G Heim jheim at math.wisc.edu
Fri Feb 12 14:52:29 CET 2016


If you have a smart phone and the KNFB reader, you might be able to get 
it to read enough of the screen to you to tell if it's stuck part way 
through the boot. I've had maybe a 50% success rate with that technique.
Another thing you can do is to try commands like beep and eject. If 
those work, you know you're at the command line. If you are typing in 
the commands to get speech and it's not working, then it's probably a 
sound issue.

On 02/12/2016 05:33 AM, Simon Eigeldinger wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I was having this on for a few minutes after it stopped spinning so to 
> make sure this might be it.
> but maybe there might be an error message.
> tested the 32 bit latest daily sid build.
> when i have a set of eyes around i will recheck and write back.
>
> greetings,
> simon
>
>
> Am 12.02.2016 um 00:46 schrieb covici at ccs.covici.com:
>> On my system, it takes quite a long time till the musical tone comes up,
>> it usually is at least 2-3 minutes.  It must be a network timeout.  This
>> is with betas as of beginning of January.
>>
>> Simon Eigeldinger <simon.eigeldinger at vol.at> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I just refreshed my rescue cd with the latest grml sid daily.
>>> so according to the wiki page at
>>> http://wiki.grml.org/doku.php?id=accessibility
>>> i just have to wait until a musical tune will come up during boot.
>>> what i hear is the beep of the boot prompt but the musical tune is 
>>> missing.
>>> ok the document has been last modified in 2013 so there could be have
>>> been a lot of changes.
>>>
>>>
>>> could someone please tell me how to start grml using software speech
>>> using speakup?
>>> should be the old way but it seems it doesn't reach the console.
>>>
>>> greetings and thanks,
>>> simon
>>>
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