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Re: trying to find documentation for emacspeak with espeak.



hello,
I finally managed to make the server/linux-espeak.
but make install does not work.
I tried make emacspeak.  but emacsepak is not install.
I tried in /usr/bin but emacspeak is not there.
and whereis also does not return any thing.
please tell me how to set the executables right.
emacspeak is not there in the install dir as well.
may be I am missing some thing silly.
regards,
Krishnakant.

On 29/12/2007, Lukas Loehrer <listaddr1@gmx.net> wrote:
> To be able to build the espeak speech server on Ubuntu, you will have
> to install at least the following packages:
>
> aptitude install build-essential tcl8.3-dev tclx8.3-dev libttol
> libespeak-dev
>
> Then in the linux-espeak directory do:
>
> make -f makefile.tcl83
>
> If you are still getting errors, you can redirect the output of make to a
> file to be able to more
> closely inspect  it. Something like:
>
> make -f makefile.tcl83 &> errors.log
>
> It does not make a difference whether you run the process in
> gnome-terminal or on the linux console. Since you apparently have
> emacspeak running with flite, it would probably be easiest to use an
> emacs shell buffer.
>
> Best regards, Lukas
>
> krishnakant Mane writes ("Re: trying to find documentation for emacspeak
> with espeak."):
> > hi gilles,
> > I am still stuckup.
> > thanks very much for your reply but I followed the instructions on the
> > link you provided.
> > I could only go as far as compiling emacspeak with make conf and make.
> > now when I do make install as root, it says no rule to make.
> > there is no target install.
> > by the way I did discover that there was a directory called
> > linux-espeak in the emacspeak-27.0/servers.
> > but when I moved makefile.tcl (I can't recall the exact name ) to make
> > and when typed make after that.
> > it gives me error make ** error 1.
> > again I am not recalling because the screen was passing by very fast.
> > I however recall that a certain header.h was missing.
> > is this a known problem?
> > by the way will it make a difference between doing this processs on a
> > pure bash shell and a terminal within gnome?
> > I am using the terminal which can be got from the
> > applications\accessaries\terminal.
> > also called the gnome-terminal.
> > Please help me with this problem as I need to do some work with the
> > org mode and I don't find it easy to work with flite for long time.
> > I really need espeak to work with emacspeak.
> > as a side note, I can certainly create a howto for compiling emacspeak
> > with espeak once I get it working for myself.
> > I know the howto is not available and is needed for beginners.
> >
> > regards.
> > Krishnakant.
> > On 27/12/2007, Gilles Casse <gcasse@oralux.org> wrote:
> > > Hi Krishnakant,
> > >
> > > The eSpeak driver is included in recent versions of emacspeak (>= 26.0).
> > > If your distro provides an older version, yes it will be another reason
> > > for installing emacspeak from sources.
> > >
> > > I did not check it it again but a few months ago the post from Robert D.
> > > Crawford was quite helpful for installing the espeak driver:
> > > http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/emacspeak/2007/msg00521.html
> > >
> > > Best regards,
> > > Gilles
> > >
> > >
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> > >
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