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Re: SVN Version is broken!



When testing espeak from the console, do not invoke it with tcl
explicitly because emacspeak will not either. Try something like

./espeak

in the servers directory. If you get a "Permission denied", try

chmod 755 espeak

Best regards, Lukas


Steve Holmes writes ("Re: SVN Version is broken!"):
> Thanks for the quick fixes.  For some reason however, my laptop which
> is using the svn version still won't work with espeak.  dtksoft works
> on it though.  espeak works properly when I run it from tcl at the
> shell but emacs / emacspeak just keeps saying "process speaker not
> running" with no further explanation available.  I'm really not sure
> where else to look here.
> 
> On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 07:25:20PM -0700, T. V. Raman wrote:
> > 
> > Should be fixed now.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > >>>>> "Steve" == Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> writes:
> >     Steve> I thought I would give the latest svn poll from
> >     Steve> yesterday Sat Jun 30 a try and I'm getting "process
> >     Steve> speaker not running" when I try to use espeak.  It so
> >     Steve> happens that when I try to select espeak, I get the
> >     Steve> following: Symbol's value as variable is void:
> >     Steve> emacspeak-ssh-tts-server What has ssh-tts-server got
> >     Steve> to do with espeak? the plain 26.0 version worked ok as
> >     Steve> long as I grab the svn directory of linux-espeak and
> >     Steve> hack the Makefile a bit.  Once the process speak not
> >     Steve> running occurs, I'm stuck in emacs and can't do
> >     Steve> anything in it.  Even with Speakup running, I can't
> >     Steve> even exit the program; I end up killing emacs from
> >     Steve> another console.  I got dectalk to run ok but today it
> >     Steve> crashed and then I got the dreaded "process speaker
> >     Steve> not running" error again.  At least yesterday with the
> >     Steve> prod version of emacspeak, dtk-soft would poop out but
> >     Steve> I could always restart again with c-e c-s.  I found
> >     Steve> espeak to be extremely responsive and generally worked
> >     Steve> well with prod version of espeak.
> >     Steve> 
> >     Steve> Any ideas? Not sure where to go to fix the voide
> >     Steve> symbol.
> >     Steve> 
> >     Steve> -- HolmesGrown Solutions The best solutions for the
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> > Best Regards,
> > --raman
> > 
> >       
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