steve at holmesgrown.com
Sun Jan 11 22:20:26 EST 2004
I *NEVER* got this to work with Speakup. When I did a "say -d" I get
daemon mode: No such device
Also, which order should I do the below commands? should I load
speakup_softsynth first followed by "say" (when fixed) or visa versa?
Also, I kept getting my speakout when I quite deliberately specified
speakup_sftsyn. In fact, see the abreviated lsmod listing below.
Module Size Used by Not tainted
speakup_spkout 1928 0 (autoclean) (unused)
speakup_sftsyn 2352 0 (autoclean) [speakup_spkout]
speakupmain 42516 0 [speakup_spkout speakup_sftsyn]
nls_cp437 4316 2 (autoclean)
vfat 9580 2 (autoclean)
fat 30392 0 (autoclean) [vfat]
What I find interesting here is This lsmod listing was captured while
using the speakup_spkout (speakout synth). Dunno why sftsyn would be
in the loop at all.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2003 at 10:22:46AM -0800, David Csercsics wrote:
> is a binary called say which gets created in the current directory after
> you type make. Just copy that to somewhere in your path. If you're going
> to use tuxtalk with speakup you will need to make the softsynth device:
> mknod /dev/softsynth c 10 26 Then you'll just load the speakup_sftsyn
> module and starrt tuxtalk with: say -d You'll lose the console that you
> start tuxtalk on as tuxtalk will not go into the backgroup and if you
> try say -d & it doesn't work as expected. Also once the module is loaded
> be careful unloading it it locked my box up solid yesterday.
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