Decktalk software speech for Linux
lorenzo at prince.homelinux.org
Sat Nov 15 14:12:17 EST 2003
Before running the install program you need to edit files.sh so that the prefix
is set to /usr rather than /usr/local. HTH.
showell at lrxms.net staggered into view and mumbled:
> I had this installed on my Debian box and it worked fine, but I recently
> installed Fedora which is great by the way. Question is though that
> after installing the Dectalk software, I tried running the say command
> and got the following message
> say: error while loading shared libraries: libtts.so: cannot open shared
> file: No such file or directory
> I checked over the /etc/DECKTALK.conf file and all looks ok. I'm sure
> I'm missing a step here, but not sure what that might be. Any help
> Do I need to run something like ldconfig to update/add the libraries for
> Decktalk? I would have assumed being in the config file it would know
> where they live.
> All the libs are in /usr/local/lib and that is referenced in the config
> Btw, festival actually doesn't sound so bad, but like the Decktalk
> software as well.
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