steve at holmesgrown.com
Sun Apr 26 20:19:43 EDT 2009
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Yeah, about the best one can do at the moment, is to manually save the
values of interest in the /etc/speakup/<synth> directory and then the
load function will work better. I got it down to a single cat error
which I haven't pinned down yet. But at least I can switch between
speakout and software synth and have the right speech parms.
Oh a little old business; I finally had to reinstall my linux machine
recently so I went back to slackware and my shell passes down the $UID
environment variable now so I can use speakupconf now without having
to explicitly export the UID variable first.
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 05:36:28AM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
> speakupconf is broken. Folks are working on it, but it is not an easy
> fix. What happens is that the save command saves incorrect values, which
> is why the load command gives you those errors.
> On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 11:20:33AM +1000, Daniel Dalton wrote:
> > Hi,
> > This tool looks nice. I installed speakup-tools from debian, and ran:
> > speakupconf save then changed the rate manually and ran speakupconf
> > load. Well, it didn't load my settings, I guess because it didn't have
> > write access to the speakup sys file system. So, then I ran as root,
> > great it works, but I get an error like the following: cat: write error:
> > Invalid argument. It seems to change the settings. So my questions:
> > 1. How do I get rid of this cat error?
> > 2. How can I save and load settings on a per user basis eg. not using
> > root, so each user can have different settings!
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Daniel.
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