I do not know what version of Linux you are using but my proposal would be
to include your BrailleLite40 by hand that means you should only have the
BLT40 in the list of displays. All other devices should be outcommented by
placing a semicolon in front of each line and then compile the makefile
Maybe this is not the most elegant solution but I think this should work.
----- Original Message -----
From: Saqib Shaikh <sshaik(a)essex.ac.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 10:29 AM
Subject: [suse-blinux] braille lite 40
I have a Braille Lite 40 display. I plug it into /dev/ttyS0, and boot
Linux installation. A sighted friend tells me that it
says "probing for
braille displays" and then launches setup; nothing appears on my display.
My display is in "Speech box mode" which is the usual thing to do when
the Braille Lite as a braille display.
Any help would be appreciated. Anyone elese out there using the Braille
Lite with SuSE-BLinux?
Kindest regards, Saqib Shaikh