specifying a synthe at the boot prompt
ccn at uark.edu
Thu Apr 5 16:46:23 EDT 2001
I looked at speakup.c, and here's what should be a complete list of
supported synthesizers and their ID's. It might help someone looking
through the archives later.
The option is speakup_synth=ID where ID is listed below. You
can also use speakup_ser=number where number corresponds to the serial
port your synthesizer is connected to; 0 for com1 in dos, 1 for com2, 2
for com3, and 3 for com4. If this number isn't specified, speakup will
probe these ports looking for the synthesizer.
Accent PC: acntpc
Accent SA: acntsa
Braille 'n Speak, and other such Blazie products: bns
DecTalk External (older model): decext
DecTalk PC (newer model): dectlk
DoubleTalk PC (internal): dtlk
LiteTalk/DoubleTalk LT (external): ltlk
This list is current as of speakup version 0.10.
On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 01:06:15PM -0400, Tommy Moore wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Apr 2001, Brian Moore wrote:
> > greetings all. wish this list was archived. was looking for the syntax to
> > give speakup a synthe on the command line at the boot prompt
> > I know this came up before but couldn't try it then.
> > any info would be appreciated.
> > thanks. Brian.
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