You have identified the issue.
When I do
sudo cat /dev/vcs1
I get the messages that Fenrir speaks whenever it starts.
What should I do about silencing them or they cannot be silenced in this
<fenrir-screenreader-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of chrys
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2020 8:35 PM
Subject: [fenrir-screenreader] Re: Getting rid of the boot messages fenrir
ah so its not a issue at boot time?
fenrir reads the current screen on startup. your current screen might be
TTY1 (ctrl + alt + f1). on this screen there still might be the boot messages.
so it might be the content of TTY1 after boot process, but you dont want to
have the content of TTY1 spoken?
sounds like the boot buffer is not flushed, there is an GUI running on
TTY1 is this correct? i see this here as well if there is no getty on
TTY1 (my x server).
you can verify if this is still written on the screen by sudo cat /dev/vcs1
then you might the get the boot messages when they are still shown on the
Am 27.12.20 um 15:47 schrieb Pranav Lal:
<snip another idea that comes into my mind would be starting fenrir later in
PL] Yes, but these messages are spoken whenever I launch Fenrir.
I launch it from a ssh terminal for testing.
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