greg at gregn.net
Wed Jun 8 16:34:45 EDT 2016
On Wed, Jun 08, 2016 at 08:58:03AM -0500, John G Heim wrote:
> you're saying you typede, "modprobe speakup_ltlk" and it worked? I'm
No. If you go back and read my reply below, you'll note I specifically
said I tested with a doubletalk pc, not a doubletalk sa. What that
means then is that I typed:
and got speech.
> running the i386 version of devuan. I'm about as sure as I can be
> that my synth works. I can type "uname -r > /dev/ttyS0" and the
> kernel version is spoken via the tripletalk.
> On 06/07/2016 05:37 PM, Gregory Nowak wrote:
> >Yes, as far as I know speakup doesn't yet support serial ports that
> >are pci or usb converters. I did my testing with the bns on a machine
> >with standard serial ports on the motherboard. For what it's worth, I
> >also tried the devuan minimal i386 iso with a doubletalk pc, and that
> >works fine too.
> >On Tue, Jun 07, 2016 at 03:30:37PM -0700, Zachary Kline wrote:
> >>Correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t these only work if you have hardware serial ports on the motherboard? These have been virtually unheard of on modern desktops and laptops for years. If it were possible for Speakup to work with USB serial synthesizers, that would be ideal.
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