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Re: kernel version 2.2.16-22




On 2001-12-24 jasonw@ariel.ucs.unimelb.edu.au said:
   >CC: emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu
   >Did you run the tests described in the Emacspeak documentation?
   >Basically you should try executing the speech server first to find
   >out whether this is your problem, as is most likely, then try to
   >correct any errors that arise. After the speech server is working
   >you should be able to run Emacspeak provided it is correctly
   >installed.
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I can get find-ss to work reliably and it tells me this is dev tty s 0.  I
cannot get tcl ./doubletalk to work reliably, once it gave me a read out on
the voices in the doubletalk and made the available voices announce
themselves successfully.  .profile appears to have no effect on bash.  I'm
about to try putting DTK_PROGRAM=doubletalk DTK_PORT=/dev/ttyS0 and export
DTK_PROGRAM DTK_PORT into .bashrc and if that fails I'll try .bash_profile.
If that fails I'm taking a vacation from emacspeak.  I was trying all of
this with emacspeak 10.0 rpm binary  Fortunately exec >/dev/ttyS0 2>&1 can
get my doubletalk talking after log in or that would be a real dead system.
I had to do that exec command to get doubletalk and testit working earlier
to the extent they did.  The find-ss doesn't need that done, it works on a
previously silent system right off the keyboard.

Jude <dashiell@starpower.net>

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