Cut-and-Paste in AT in Speakup?
igueths at lava-net.com
Sun May 29 13:31:29 EDT 2011
On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 12:05:55PM -0400, Frost wrote:
> On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 10:21:33PM -0400, covici at ccs.covici.com wrote:
> > I am having lots of crashes with speakup and recent kernels
> I can avoid the crashes pretty easily, after having been a
> Windows user (shameless dig). It's the garbled speech out of the
> software synth that drives me nuts. I run any text file through lynx,
> more, or less, or just chat on IRC with irssi, and about two or three
> screenfuls into the file, speakup starts garbling things, usually right
> in the middle of the screen, as if, say, lines 5 through 10 are being
> affected and not the rest. It didn't happen with the 2.36 kernel in
> Debian squeeze with the LiteTalk (LTLK) module, but did in the software
> synthesizer. It's doing the same in the 2.6.38 kernel in wheezy, but
> now I can't get the ltlk module to work, so that can't be checked. On a
> side note, neither can I get orca or yasr working in Debian wheezy
> because of that &#%$#^!@* pulse audio crap.) Good timing, Debian.
> Screw it all up all at the same time...
If I recall, that is an Espeakup problem, not a Speakup-specific one; something
about a lock not being properly released somewhere most likely. Perhaps it
exists in other software speech configs as well; however, the only one I can
attest to is Espeakup with Espeak.
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