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Re: emacspeak - espeak - redhat enterprise lnux



Don Raikes writes ("Re: emacspeak - espeak - redhat enterprise lnux"):
> Now I have another problem:
> when I type emacspeak -e, emacs starts, but all I get is a beep, and I am 
> unable to unload emacs with c-x c-c. In fact I can't do anything in
emacs at 

First, try if your espeak binary works:

espeak "Hello world"

If this does not say anything, you propbably have a sound playback
problem. If it works, try to run the espeak server outside emacspeak.
Goto the "servers" directory and run

./espeak

It should say "espeak".

Then you can try to enter something like

tts_say {Hello World}

Please try the above and report the results.

Best regards, Lukas

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