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Re: dtk-set-rate: Process speaker not running

Sorry this has taken so long...

David Ring <n1ea@arrl.net> writes:

> I am running
> Emacspeak - from SVN
> Emacs 22.2.1

This is the first issue I see.  Emacspeak generally only supports the
newest release version of Emacs.  This is especially true for the svn
version.  Backward compatibility is, I think, seen as more work than it
is worth.

> Debian 5.0 - Lenny - Stable

I have seen, perhaps from you, that there are issues running on Lenny,
although I don't know what they could be.  I'm currently using Ubuntu
and when I was using Debian I used testing or sid.

> If any of us with to make a google document about this problem, I'd be
> glad to start one of those - they can be done with many people.

If you do start one, make sure to post the url to the list.  I've never
used google docs so I don't know how it works for users like us.

> My problem is that I don't understand all of the language used in the
> READ_ME and Makefile (s) - some of it, but not all of it.

Whatever you might have confusion about you can ask here.  It might take
a while (as this reply did) but someone will usually help out.

> As I've said before there is a wonderful file on the Internet about
> installing emacspeak - but it is 2002 - that is eons ago when it comes
> to computers.

Seems I read it a while ago, therefor I can't comment on its relevance
or accuracy for today.

Keep us posted,
Robert D. Crawford                                     robdcraw@gmail.com

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