tward at bright.net
Thu Feb 21 21:18:36 EST 2002
Hi, I am assuming you are refering to the Dectalk Express. Yes, Speakup
comes with ssil drivers for the Dectalk, and you can specify it on the
commandline when you load Linux.For example:
Then, Speakup will load speech for the Dectalk Express. If you wanted to
load a bns instead you would enter:
Of course during setup you have the option of having this come up
automatically, or create a menu of choices to choose synths on startup.
----- Original Message -----
From: Anna Schneider <annas at drizzle.com>
To: Speakup List <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 6:50 PM
Subject: Dectalk question.
> So, the Dectalk I have is an external and is several years old. I bought
> in in um 1998 for a job I was doing and then never used it. At the time,
> it came with discs for installing it with DOS. Do I need to worry bout
> updating it or anything or does Speak Up come with all the software bits
> to take care of that.
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> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
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