playing sounds at startup
steve at steve-audio.net
Wed Jun 2 10:26:49 EDT 2004
Any distro will work with software speech, so long as it comes with sound support and a version of GCC. Aside from the really tiny distributions written for cell phones and the like, this shouldn't be a problem.
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On 6/2/2004 at 9:20 AM Farhan wrote:
>How do you use linux with software speech? what distro?
>at 09:16 AM 6/2/2004, you wrote:
>> A while back, I recall someone mentioning a way to cause Linux to play
>> various sounds at different times such as at the login prompt and at
>> shutdown. Since I mostly use software speech to access Linux, I don't
>> have access until the login prompt, so it'd be nice to know when my
>> machine is displaying it. If someone could send me that information
>> I'd appreciate it.
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MSN: steve at steve-audio.net
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