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Re: First install experience

Jean -

Actually, Raman's emacspeak distribution includes a beta version
mbrola server named "mbrola".  However, it apparently does not get
installed by default.  You need to copy it to
/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak.  I have not tried it out.  It
may need some customizing for your mbrola setup.

	      - Jim Van Zandt

>Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 23:36:41 +0200
>From: Jean Jordaan <rgo_anas@rgo.sun.ac.za>
>I installed festival and mbrola. I'm still feeling my way around 
>them, don't know exactly what I can expect. I got some errors 
>complaining that for example the fr2 database was out of date, and 
>that I had the wrong binary format voice databases for my 
>architecture. I did get festival to speak fortunes from 
>/usr/games/fortune, and mbrola to recite its demo's. The speech they 
>generate is excellent.
>Of course, I'm really hoping that they can serve emacspeak, but I've 
>heard no mention of any such possibility here, so I guess that's out. 
>Festival had a mention of use from Emacs, but only 
>"festival-speak-buffer" or something, no AUI.

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