On Fre, Apr 12, 2002 at 04:28:25 -0400, Robert Lumley wrote:
Hi, i want to know how googd the support is for hardware synths in
blinux? can I install using an hardware synth? How well does it track
using speech? I'm a poor braille reader is it possible to use with more
speech and less braille?
Yes, SuSE-Blinux supports the apollo2 and the infovox 700 hardwaresynts.
It is easy to integrate new hardwaresynts into SuSE-Blinux, the only
requirement is that the synt is connected to the serial port of your
computer, cards like dektalk arenn't supported :-(.
Has blinux been updated any since suse 7.0?
Yes, there are 3 new versions of SusE-Blinux since 7.0, the actual
version is 1.4. The newer versions are supporting more brailledisplays
and an interface to mbrola, a free softwarespeech, was integrated.
Christian Schöpplein <schoeppi(a)suse.de>
Tel.: Di. und Do. 15.00 - 20.00 Uhr 0421/526-2480