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RE:PARTIAL SUCCESS-- first timer needs installation help



Hi,
I have been able to install Emacspeak-11.0.
However, when I executed the command:
emacspeakconfig
It asked me for the file name of my speech server.
I am using doubletalk lt and have installed the file
emacspeak-11.0-ss-3.1.rpm
But I don't know what file name is to be supplied for configuring emacspeak.
I tried supplying the rpm file's name, but that did not help.
Please do tell me what filename is to be given for the doubletalk speech
server.
My doubletalk is attached to the serial port COM2.
Thanks and regards
Manish

> ----------
> From: 	Matthew Campbell[SMTP:mattcamp@crosswinds.net]
> Sent: 	Wednesday, February 09, 2000 3:12 AM
> To: 	emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu
> Cc: 	blinux-newbie@egroups.com
> Subject: 	first timer needs installation help
> 
> The easiest way to install Emacspeak on a Red Hat system is using the
> Emacspeak RPM package.  You can get it from:
> 
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~mattcamp/emacspeak.html
> 
> Then, under Linux, copy the file from the DOS partition if that's
> where you put it, and then type:
> 
> rpm -i emacspeak-11.0-1.noarch.rpm
> 
> Once that's done, configure Emacspeak for your synthesizer by typign:
> emacspeakconfig
> 
> Now you can start it by typing:  emacspeak
> 
> Then comes the hard part -- learning Linux, Emacs, and Emacspeak,
> possibly all at once.  A good way to start learning Emacs is by going
> through the Emacs tutorial, which you can start with the control-h t
> command once yo uhave entered Emacs.  Here are a few basic Emacspeak
> commands:
> 
> control-e left bracket:  speak the buffer starting with the current
> page
> control-e l:  speak the current line
> control-e w:  speak the current word (press again to spell it)
> control-e c:  speak the current character
> control-e s:  stop speech immediately
> 
> Once you have learned the basics of Emacs, you can go into the info
> documentation system with control-h i and read more.  First look at
> the Emacspeak documentation, so you can learn more about Emacspeak
> itself.  Then you can learn more about Emacs as needed.
> 
> I hope this helps,
> Matt
> 
> -- 
> Matt Campbell <mattcamp@crosswinds.net>
> Web site:  http://www.crosswinds.net/~mattcamp/
> ICQ #:  33005941
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