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Re: Incomplete Sentences
I tried the sound card on several different streams, both live and recorded,
on the BBC.co.uk site. All streams except for
one worked fine. The problematic stream consistently exhibited symptoms
similar to those I have been describing with emacspeak Consequently, I
downloaded irqtune and have attempted to install it per the instructions.
The make is failing after typing "make install" with a "Command not found"
error after (I think) it tries to execute the irqtune runtime in the sbin
directory. irqtune is there and is a non-printable file of some kind, but it
will not execute. The standard terminal and error output are as follows:
(cd /usr/local/irqtune/sbin ; make -f /usr/local/irqtune/src/Makefile
CDEBUG='' CFLAGS_EXTRA='' IRQTUNE_HOME=/usr/local/irqtune
IRQTUNE_VERSION=0.6 INSTALL=simple INSTALLER=/usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune
make: Entering directory `/usr/local/irqtune/sbin'
/usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune -i simple /sbin /usr/local/irqtune
make: /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune: Command not found
make: *** [install] Error 127
make: Leaving directory `/usr/local/irqtune/sbin'
make: *** [install] Error 2
This may not be the most appropriate place for me to ask for help on shell
commands. But again, I have only just arrived off the Microsoft farm, know
nothing of Linux, and I am here just to make emacspeak functional on my
machine. Others on this newsgroup may have been through this already and may
be able to help.. Any help in figuring out the above error in the irqtune
compile, load, and link process would be very much appreciated.
----- Original Message -----
From: "T. V. Raman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Patrick Gordon" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2002 12:46 AM
Subject: Re: Incomplete Sentences
> I still suspect the interrupt settings on your sound card.
> To verify this, play a realaudio stream or mp3 file for more
> than a few minutes and see if the problem shows up.>>>>> "Patrick" ==
Patrick Gordon <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Patrick> I have eliminated emacs as a suspect with the
> Patrick> "incomplete sentence" problem I am having. I
> Patrick> tested ViaVoice by just executing "tcl outloud"
> Patrick> and got the identical problem: I hear a few
> Patrick> words and then just snippets. The sound card
> Patrick> works fine in all other applications. So now it
> Patrick> is narrowed down to just the outloud tcl script
> Patrick> and the ViaVoice software. Does anybody have
> Patrick> any ideas where to go from here? (Don't say
> Patrick> it! I won't give up until I conquer this
> Patrick> problem!)
> Patrick> Patrick
> Patrick> ----- Original Message ----- From:
> Patrick> "T. V. Raman" <email@example.com> To:
> Patrick> "Patrick Gordon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc:
> Patrick> <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday,
> Patrick> February 06, 2002 11:07 AM Subject: Incomplete
> Patrick> Sentences
> >> This is not an emacspeak problem --it's probably a
> >> problem with your sound card.
> >> Also, please do not send me mail directly about
> >> emacspeak --answering you in private helps only you
> >> and no one else.
> >> Wish you luck helping your friend--
> >> >>>>> "Patrick" == Patrick Gordon
> >> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Patrick> Raman, I have been trying for several week to
> Patrick> make emacspeak functional for a blind friend of
> Patrick> mine with the hope that it will open up
> Patrick> Internet for her, but I seem to have hit a
> Patrick> wall. I can't get emacspeak to speak more than
> Patrick> a few words in a sentence before slowing to an
> Patrick> incoherent crawl. For example, in the sentence:
> Patrick> "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog",
> Patrick> it speaks just the first three words normally
> Patrick> and then I can hear only brief snippets of each
> Patrick> remaining word as it continues very slowly
> Patrick> through the rest of the line. I can move the
> Patrick> cursor through the text word by word with no
> Patrick> problem, it just cannot handle moving by
> Patrick> multiple words or sentences. From the
> Patrick> twenty-thousand feet level, It seems as though
> Patrick> the output buffer just is not big enough. Do
> Patrick> you have any ideas or suggestions on this? I
> Patrick> have posed the problem to the listserv group,
> Patrick> but to no avail. I have also posted the
> Patrick> problem on linux newsgroups and got no respones
> Patrick> whatsoever.
> Patrick> My system is a 333Mz 128MB Dell Latitude CPt
> Patrick> running RH Linux 7.2. I've installed Emacs 21,
> Patrick> Emacspeak 15.0, and IBM's Text-To-Speech
> Patrick> product ViaVoice following the installation
> Patrick> instructions at
> Patrick> tml.
> Patrick> Patrick
> >> --
> >> Best Regards, --raman
> >> Email: email@example.com WWW:
> >> http://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/raman/ AIM: TVRaman
> >> PGP: http://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/raman/raman.asc
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> Best Regards,
> Email: email@example.com
> WWW: http://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/raman/
> AIM: TVRaman
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