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Error with Outloud


I've recently upgraded my portable with the Redhat 7.2 release. I am now 
unable to get Outloud working. Here's what happens:

The ViaVoice rpms install without errors, and I am able to run the command 
line test scripts without problems;

Emacspeak 14.0 rpm installs also without errors.

Running make in the linux-outloud directory breaks saying unable to find 
g++, and a look around confirms this is so. For whatever reason, I do not 
have g++, but I do have /usr/bin/g++3, so I symlink this.

Now, make runs fine complaining only:

tcleci.cpp:108:17: warning: multi-line string literals are deprecated

OK, I guess, it's only deprecated.

Now, I test as:

tcl /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/outloud

and get:

By the way, when running emacspeak -o I do hear ViaVoice speaking "This is 
Emacspeak" over the emacspeak logo. Thereafter I see the following on 

** reference to free variable
** reference to free variable

Then, the dreaded message "process speaker not running."

Should I get the old g++? While I'm clearly over my head here, it doesn't 
sound to me like g++3 went totaly wrong with this--but then, I wouldn't 
really know.
 Any suggestions much appreciated. 
Error: couldn't load file "/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-outloud/tcleci.so": /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-outloud/tcleci.so: undefined symbol: __gxx_personality_v0
    while executing
"load $tclTTS/tcleci.so"
    (file "outloud" line 285)
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