spd-say seems confused.
chris.w1gm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 24 19:14:44 EST 2011
When I set speechd as a system-wide service, it put an export
SPEECHD_ADDRESS = /var/run/...
in a file under /etc/profile.d. When I went back to running speechd as
a user, this line was not removed. Commenting it out seems to have
solved the problem.
On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at
01:28:37PM -0700, Steve Holmes wrote:
> Assuming you want to continue using speech-dispatcher as a system wide
> service, be sure you have started speech-dispatcher. Add /speechd to
> your DAEMONS array in /etc/rc.conf or at least run thd daemon by hand
> by typing,
> /etc/rc.d/speechd start
> to get it going for now. Then see how things go. If you would rather
> use it as a user based deal, then edit
> /etc/speech-dispatcher/speechd.conf and uncomment the AutoSpawn line
> at the bottom of the file. In that situation, you would not need to
> have the speechd daemon running at all.
> Note, this is for Arch Linux users.
> On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 12:49:42PM +0100, Hynek Hanke wrote:
> > On 23.2.2011 01:18, Christopher Moore wrote:
> > >It seems that spd-say thinks that speechd is a system-wide service
> > > rather than a local service.
> > Right.
> > >application configuration or the value of the SPEECHD_ADDRESS environment variable.
> > It says where it is taking the information from. Since spd-say has
> > no application configuration, then you must have set the SPEECHD_ADDRESS
> > variable.
> > Try:
> > env SPEECHD_ADDRESS
> > Best regards,
> > Hynek Hanke
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