janina at rednote.net
Mon Mar 10 13:19:58 EDT 2014
Yes, if it's commented, absolutely. Uncomment it.
I simply don't recall what the default state of that config file is. I
suppose I could go get an untweaked copy, but such wasn't immediately at
Robert Spangler writes:
> On 3/10/2014 10:58 AM, Janina Sajka wrote:3.) Make sure the TTS you
> want is correctly specified. I made sure
> espeak was uncommented:
> DefaultModule espeak
> It is also necessary to uncomment the appropriate line to add the
> module, correct?
> I find Pulse Audio to add yet another layer of irritation to my
> sound system, so if I can get your method to work, it is preferred.
> On 3/10/2014 10:58 AM, Janina Sajka wrote:
> >Robert Spangler writes:
> >>I even tried Janina's suggestion of disabling Pulseaudio (using her
> >>steps) and that just resulted in Orca not speaking.
> >Oh, and one more thing ...
> >You have to edit /etc/speech-dispatcher/speechd.conf
> >You need at least:
> >1.) Set alsa as your environment. SD defaults to pulse. Change that.
> >the file shows you how.
> >2.) Double check that you're correctly specifying the also device
> >you want to drive. On my old Lenovo laptop this currently reads:
> >AudioALSADevice "plughw:0,0"
> >3.) Make sure the TTS you want is correctly specified. I made sure
> >espeak was uncommented:
> >DefaultModule espeak
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