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Re: new user and troubles with espeak



I Ccd the list.  Don't feel bad, I have a habit of forgetting to keep
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Alonzo Cuellar <mariachiac@aim.com> writes:

> I ran it as root and got the following error. I don't have tcl8.3 so I
> wonder what to do to modify it so it works with the later version of
> tclx.

I've never run Arch so I don't know if you can have different versions
of the tcl libraries installed but this might be somewhere to start.
Another option is to install the library from source which will
necessitate running of ldconfig (if I remember correctly) but I can
never remember off the top of my head how you need to set things up.  

Hopefully someone on the list has time to chime in and tell me that I'm
going about it all wrong.

rdc

> On 06/08/2009 01:05 PM, Robert D. Crawford wrote:
>
>                   Alonzo Cuellar <mariachiac@aim.com> writes:
>
>                                     I change to the directory
> /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-espeak
> and issue
> make -f makefile.tcl83
> and I get the following errors
>
>          [snip]
>
> I think this might be your problem:
>
>                                     /usr/bin/ld: cannot open output file libtclespeak.so: Permission
> denied
>
>          Were you building as root or as yourself?
>
> rdc
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