speech-dispatcher and espeak
steve at holmesgrown.com
Tue Feb 22 12:37:12 EST 2011
The speech-dispatcher-git package addresses all this or I should say,
that it corrects the default output module situation and sets things
up so it can be run as a central service if you want. I need to
update the install script so it will remind the person to add the user
to the speechd group. I haven't had any problems with
speech-dispatcher-git so if there are any other issues with it, let me
know and I can fix that. I own the speech-dispatcher-git package in
the Arch User Repository (AUR).
Maybe the package in Extra can be modified to include some of what I
do with the git version. At least as far as doing in-place edits to
the config files any way.
On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 04:16:30PM +0000, Christopher Brannon wrote:
> Kyle <kyle4jesus at gmail.com> writes:
> > As a new convert to Arch, I can also add that speech-dispatcher will
> > only work properly if you are in the group "audio." I wasn't a member
> > of audio in Ubuntu, and Sox works in Arch without the audio group,
> Yes, you need to be in the audio group in order to access the sound
> card. I'd be really surprised if sox worked for a non-root user who
> wasn't in that group.
> Anyway, the dependency on pulse should be fixed, I believe.
> -- Chris
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