[Grml] [Grml-devel] First Release Candidate of Grml version 2020.06 available

John G. Heim jheim at math.wisc.edu
Mon Jun 8 21:51:53 CEST 2020

I can confirm that software speech works. I had to load it by typing, 
"systemctl start espeakup". The old way, typing "modprobe speakup_soft" 
and "espeakup" did not work. This is probably better but the 
documentation may need to be updated.

I can also confirm that I was able to get speech with a hardware synth, 
a Doubletalk LT.

And I can confirm that braille works although its strange. It seems to 
recognize my braille display but the braille screen is blank. Normally, 
if the braille display is not working, it displays a power-on message. 
Instead its just blank. But i can type a command to start braille, 
"brltty", and then it works.

On 6/6/20 11:24 AM, Michael Prokop wrote:
> Hi,
> long time no see, but here we are! The first release candidate of the
> upcoming Grml version 2020.06, code-named 'Ausgehfuahangl' is available.
> This Grml release provides fresh software packages from Debian
> testing (AKA bullseye). As usual it also incorporates current hardware
> support and fixes known bugs from the previous Grml release.
> For detailed information about the changes between 2018.12 and
> 2020.06-rc1 have a look at the official release announcement:
>    https://grml.org/changelogs/README-grml-2020.06-rc1/
> You can download Grml 2020.06-rc1 from:
>    https://grml.org/download/prerelease/
> Please test the ISOs and everything you usually use and rely on, and
> report back so we can complete the stable release soon. If no major
> problems come up, the next iteration will be the stable release,
> which is scheduled for the end of June (2020 *cough* :)).
> Thanks to all our contributors!
> regards,
> -mika- - for the Grml.org project
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John G. Heim, jheim at math.wisc.edu

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