reinit dectalk driver
kennyhitt at knology.net
Thu Mar 13 11:20:44 EST 2003
Hi. I usually wait 30 seconds or longer betweene the time I press review
keys and turning the synth on. You will know if you get it. If it
doesn't work turn the synth back off and try again.
On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 03:48:18PM +0000, igueths at attbi.com wrote:
> Hi Kenny. Thanks I will try that next time I have to switch the synth to a
> different machine. How long does it usually take for Speakup to determine that
> there is no synth there? I haven't checked on this yet, but I am guessing there
> is a for loop with I as the control variable, that is accepting review keys.
> Then an if(i>x) where x is number of keystrokes before Speakup determines there
> is no synth plugged in. I believe I have it somewhat right, but clearly I have
> no clearer picture as I have not read the entire source.
> > Hi. When you plug the deqtalk back into the computer you need to get
> > speakup to reset the synth. After you plug the synth back up but before
> > you turn it on you need to press several speakup review keys and wait a
> > minute. Pressing the review keys makes sure speakup knows there is no
> > synth.
> > After you make sure speakup knows the synth is gone, you can turn it on
> > and press insert-enter. You should hear speakup re-initilize the synth.
> > Your rate pitch voice and tone will be back to the default when speakup
> > first booted, so you will need to reset them.
> > Hope this helps.
> > Kenny
> > On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 09:19:22PM -0500, Igor Gueths wrote:
> > > Hi all. Numerous times I have had to switch my Dectalk to a different
> > > machine. Then once I replug it back in, everything seems to speak ok.
> > > However, when I do an ls, I get extremely long pauses between
> > > filename/extention. For example, instead of getting file.foo, I would get
> > > something like: file........foo. Does this have to do with the serial line
> > > to the Dectalk not handshaking properly? And the only way I can think to
> > > solve this problem is to reboot the machine. Does anyone have any other
> > > sollutions? Thanks!
> > >
> > > May you code in the power of the source,
> > > may the kernel, libraries, and utilities be with you,
> > > throughout all distributions until the end of the epoch.
> > >
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