[PATCH] staging: speakup: refactor synths array to use a list
greg at gregn.net
Mon Oct 15 20:24:14 EDT 2018
Just wanted to say I documented this issue on Okash's speakup issues
On Tue, Oct 09, 2018 at 02:56:14PM +0100, Keith Barrett wrote:
> On 18/06/18 06:34, Gregory Nowak wrote:
> >On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 08:31:06AM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> >>The load/unload is about the module itself, i.e. modprobe speakup_bns ;
> >>modprobe speakup_soft, switch between them, then rmmod speakup_bns ;
> >>speakup_soft or the converse (to exercise both orders).
> ># uname -a
> >Linux p41box 4.17.1 #1 SMP Sat Jun 16 11:19:57 MST 2018 i686 GNU/Linux
> ># lsmod |grep "speakup"
> >speakup_bns 16384 0
> >speakup_soft 16384 1
> >speakup 94208 3 speakup_bns,speakup_soft
> >With /sys/accessibility/speakup/synth set to bns, I am getting output
> >alternately from the bns and from soft. It's as if speakup can't make
> >up its mind which synthesizer is being used. When I echo soft
> >>/sys/accessibility/speakup/synth, I get no speech at all from either
> >synthesizer. Doing rmmod of all three speakup modules comes back with
> >no errors. There is also no unusual output in dmesg, I can see both
> >synthesizers being registered and unregistered as I switch between
> >I can also reproduce this behavior with speakup_soft, and speakup_dummy
> Also the same with speakup_soft and speakup_apollo on debian buster updated
> as of 9th October 2018.
> >1. modprobe speakup_soft and modprobe speakup_dummy
> >2. The synthesizer should now be set to dummy in
> > /sys/accessibility/speakup/synth.
> >3. Use the speakup review keys, press enter a number of times. You
> > should observe output from both the software speech, and from the
> > serial port alternating between each other.
> >4. echo soft >/sys/accessibility/speakup/synth
> >5. You should observe no output from either software speech or the
> > serial port as you use speakup review keys, or press enter
> > repeatedly.
> >6. echo dummy >/sys/accessibility/speakup/synth
> >7. You should alternately get speech from the software synthesizer and
> > from the serial port.
> >I built my kernel from the 4.17.1 kernel.org sources, and the patch
> >that Samuel reposted applied cleanly with no errors.
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