shared library for espeak
doug at proficio.ca
Sun Aug 26 14:37:18 EDT 2007
I would suggest, rather than moving the shared libary, update
the load library path, since moving the library caused this
It seems like JACK created a shared memory device, perhaps
due to the movement of the shared library? Would have to look
at source to understand why it did that, but try just updating the
path that the loader looks at to find its libraries instead ...
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From: "Chuck Hallenbeck" <chuckh at ftml.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2007 2:24 PM
Subject: shared library for espeak
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> Hi people,
> I have removed my Debian packages for espeak and speech-dispatcher, and
> installed the more current espeak 1.28 from sources, and
> speech-dispatcher 6.3 from a cvs tarball. I have the combination
> working, but only by using speak instead of espeak.
> It turns out I needed to move libespeak.so.1.28 to somewhere it could
> be found, and I chose /usr/local/lib. I then ran ldconfig, and entered
> cq:~# espeak "hello world"
> JACK tmpdir identified as [/dev/shm]
> It took about five or six seconds for espeak to say "hello world" and I
> get this strange message from JACK.
> Can someone please help me figure out what's happening here? Do I need
> to do something else with that espeak shared library?
> Many thanks.
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