Speakup in Debian
sukiletxe at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 17:38:18 EDT 2017
If I type `espeak "hi"` in a console, I only get sound as a normal
user. I have also followed the other instructions and have checked that
speakup_soft is loaded and that espeakup is enabled, without specifying
any TTY or rather "?". I still get no sound.
El jue, 01-06-2017 a las 12:08 +0200, Willem van der Walt escribió:
> First thing I would check if I have sound in the console.
> Then using lsmod, that speakup_soft indeed was loaded.
> Then using ps that espeakup is actually running.
> HTH, Willem
> On Thu, 1 Jun 2017, Sukil Etxenike wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am new to Speakup and Linux in general. I've installed Debian
> > Jessie,
> > and for some reason, when I Press ctrl+Alt+F1-6, Speakup doesn't
> > talk.
> > My current setup is a s follows:
> > I have Espeakup installed and /etc/init.d/espeakup status reports
> > that
> > it is active. Also, in /etc/modules.conf I have the line:
> > speakup_soft
> > However, it doesn't talk, as I said. Am I missing something obvious
> > here?
> > Thanks,
> > Sukil
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