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installing voxin on fedora 13 x86_64



You'l find a compiled atcleci.so in servers/linux-outloud/lib on
svn. Make sure to install a 32 bit version of tclsh, then use
servers/32-outloud -- also in svn.
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--raman

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Best Regards,
--raman


On 8/20/10, Peter Rayner <prayner@unimelb.edu.au> wrote:
> I've recently taken delivery of a DELL E4310 with Fedora 13 X86_64
> installed on it.  I have tried to port across the version of voxin
> that's been working on my old machine (FC-10 on I686).  The installer
> didn't work since it seemed to need dpkg etc.
>
> I've succeeded in compiling the "say" program after much installing of
> 32-bit libraries and the use of -m32. Executing it gives an
> eciSynthesize error executed either as myself or as root.
> This is my first experience with x86_64 so likely I'm missing
> something obvious.  Anyone care to put me straight?
> thanks in advance
> Peter
> ps running strace doesn't yield anything obvious to me at least.
>
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