Kernel and Speakup Question
ace at freedomchat.org
Sat Feb 25 00:10:57 EST 2006
Also, I used to have some issues where the fan would get extremely
loud but, ever since we flashed my BIOS with an update, this has not
been a problem. The system used to actually shut off at times
because I believe it was over heated; however, as I said, ever since
the flash update, this problem has disappeared. Or, any noticeable
traces of it have.
At 11:42 PM 2/24/2006, you wrote:
>On Thu, 23 Feb 2006, ace wrote:
> > Also, how does one fix the problem with Speakup not saying words with
> > apostrophes properly? For instance, it says haven t instead of the
> > proper pronunciation. I have a DECTalk Express. This does not occur
> > with Double Talk synthesizers.
>Unfortunately, this seems to be a bug that nobody has figured out how to
>fix. It happens with the Dectalk Express as well as the Dectalk USB in
>RS232 mode. It also effects the Dectalk PC. I would guess that it has
>something to do with the exact way text is sent to the synthesizer.
>As to your other question, have you over-clocked your CPU by any chance?
>I've never gotten any messages like that, but I suspect that you are
>getting it from the kernel option called "machine check exception." You
>could turn it off, but that would only mask what sounds like a problem
>which may bite you later.
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