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not sure, but when in dout do 777 so I did and still didn't work, here is latest output:
Last login: Sun Aug 12 00:01:28 on ttyp1
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turkeyhead:~ blindtech$ cd downloads
turkeyhead:~/downloads blindtech$ cd emacspeak260
turkeyhead:~/downloads/emacspeak260 blindtech$ ls
Makefile        info            realaudio       shoutcast       xsl
README          install-guide   sawfish         sounds
etc             lisp            servers         user-guide
turkeyhead:~/downloads/emacspeak260 blindtech$ cd ..
turkeyhead:~/downloads blindtech$ sudo chmod -R 777 emacspeak260
Password:
turkeyhead:~/downloads blindtech$ cd emacspeak260
turkeyhead:~/downloads/emacspeak260 blindtech$ ./configure
-bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
turkeyhead:~/downloads/emacspeak260 blindtech$ ./MakeFile
./MakeFile: line 124: prefix: command not found
./MakeFile: line 126: bindir: command not found
./MakeFile: line 128: infodir: command not found
./MakeFile: line 131: libparentdir: command not found
./MakeFile: line 1: libparentdir: command not found
./MakeFile: line 133: libdir: command not found
./MakeFile: line 1: shell: command not found
./MakeFile: line 135: SRC: command not found
INSTALL: =: No such file or directory
ID: =: no such user
sawfish/sawfishrc: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `;;'
sawfish/sawfishrc: line 1: `;;;$Id: sawfishrc 4047 2006-08-11 19:11:17Z tv.raman.tv $'
user-guide/espk-article.sgml: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `newline'
user-guide/espk-article.sgml: line 1: `<!DOCTYPE article PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V4.1//EN">'
install-guide/espk-howto.sgml: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `newline'
install-guide/espk-howto.sgml: line 1: `<!DOCTYPE article PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V4.1//EN">'
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 1: 1: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 2: 9: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 3: 17: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 4: 25: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 5: 33: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 6: 41: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 7: 49: command not found
etc/tables/matrix.dat: line 8: 57: command not found
./MakeFile: line 150: FORMS: command not found
servers/software-dtk/DTK: line 2: syntax error near unexpected token `('
servers/software-dtk/DTK: line 2: `Notes On Using Software Dectalk   (Software TTS) with Emacspeak:'
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 1: /*:servers/linux-outloud/langswitch.h: No such file or directory
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 2: /Applications: is a directory
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 3: Makefile: command not found
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 4: Makefile: command not found
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 5: etc/: is a directory
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 6: includes: No such file or directory
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 11: syntax error near unexpected token `newline'
servers/linux-outloud/aoutput.h: line 11: `//>'
./MakeFile: line 165: NEWS: command not found
./MakeFile: line 167: sounds/emacspeak.mp3: cannot execute binary file
./MakeFile: line 169: TCL_PROGRAMS: command not found
./MakeFile: line 179: ELISP: command not found
./MakeFile: line 184: TEMPLATES: command not found
Can't exec "play": No such file or directory at etc/last-log.pl line 28.

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-----Info: (dir)Top, 117 lines --Top--------------------------------------------
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