christopher.h.moore at verizon.net
Sat May 30 20:48:58 EDT 2009
I was all set to run Chuck's talkwith script but it wasn't necessary.
I had speakup running with espeakup.
Next I loaded the dectlk module and specified a serial port lite this:
sudo modprobe speakup_dectlk ser=1
Speakup read out some dectalk commands and finished with dectalk
Next I unloaded espeakup like this:
sudo /etc/rc.d/espeakup stop
And speakup automatically switched to the dectalk with having to do
anything else. I also verified that the synth parameter contains
I guess I have two questions for Chuck. First, why two scripts? Do
they do different things?
And, second, now that speakup seems to be smart enough to switch to the
hardware synth when the soft connector is killed, when are these scripts
You may want to include a README file in the tarball to explain some of
FYI, I'm running arch linux with sudo installed. I expect we'd get
similar behavior on a debian based system.
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