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brltty Access software for a blind person using a soft braille terminal
Installed size 3456
Maintainer Mario Lang <mlang@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 3.7.2-7.1
Depends libbrlapi1, libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), libncurses5 (>= 5.4-5)
Suggests libbrlapi1-dev, festival, brltty-flite, brltty-x11
File name pool/main/b/brltty/brltty_3.7.2-7.1_i386.deb
Description BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the Linux console (text mode) for a blind person using a soft braille display. It drives the braille terminal and provides complete screen review functionality. The following display models are supported: * Alva (ABT3xx/Delphi) * Baum * BrailleLite (18/40) * BrailleNote (18/32) * EcoBraille displays * EuroBraille displays * Freedom Scientific (Focus and PacMate) * HandyTech (Bookworm/Braillino/Braille Wave/Braille Star/Modular) * LogText 32 * MDV braille displays * Papenmeier * Tieman Voyager 44/70 (USB), CombiBraille, MiniBraille and MultiBraille * Tivomatic (Albatross) * TSI (PowerBraille/Navigator) * Videobraille * VisioBraille . BRLTTY also provides a client/server based infrastructure for applications wishing to utilize a Braille display. The daemon process listens for incoming TCP/IP connections on a certain port. A shared object library for clients is provided in the package libbrlapi. A static library, header files and documentation is provided in package libbrlapi-dev.

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