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Re: ASUS EEEPC emacspeak is working



On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 12:07:32AM -0400, Greg Priest-Dorman wrote:
> Anyway, it's been a long day and I need to crash, but I wanted to let
> the list know that it does work (so far).

This reminds me that I need to try Emacspeak on the OLPC XO laptop that I was
given at Linux.conf.au.

It should be fine once all the needed components have been installed. I
haven't had time to work on it in depth due to many other commitments, but
once I set up an appropriate development environment for building x86 binaries
(my other machines are all x86_64), it should be relatively straightforward.
The version of eSpeak provided with the XO doesn't speak from the command line
because OSS emulation isn't configured by default, and it isn't a recent
version of eSpeak compiled with portaudio 19 to support Alsa. Obviously, this
can be fixed easily enough.

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