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Re: problem

Hi Jason. I tried running the speech server as root, and encountered the
same series of message as in my last post. I really am not sure what the
problem might be, considering that Speakup with my Dectalk express works
just fine on /dev/ttyS0. Unfortunately I can't offer to debug it, as I am
not familiar at all with the Lisp language, however it would be different
when it came to something like C, which I am pretty familiar with in terms
of syntax. Do you use something similar to Speakup besides Emacspeak and
Emacs to access the system? Or is Emacs and Emacspeak your only medium of
currently accessing the system through the Emacs shell? Thanks again!

On Sun, 5 May 2002, Jason White wrote:

> Igor Gueths writes:
>  > Hi. I exported all four of the variables in the last message, and got the
>  > following series of messages:
>  >
>  > 	Set port to /dev/ttyS0
>  > Error: stty: Standard input: Standard input/output error
> It appears that the server can't access the serial port at /dev/ttyS0.
> The most likely reason for this is that the permissions on the
> /dev/ttyS0 device are set incorrectly. Make sure your have write
> permission on /dev/ttyS0. For example, on my Debian Linux system:
> crw-rw----    1 root     dialout    4,  64 May  5 19:31 /dev/ttyS0
> I (user jason in my case) am a member of the group dialout.
> chmod 666 /dev/ttyS0 would work, but for security reasons I would
> suggest a slightly more cautious solution, such as allowing write
> access to members of a particular group, then adding your user id to
> that group. This can be achieved by editing the /etc/group file. The
> pertinent entry in my case reads:
> dialout:x:20:jason
> To check whether permissions are indeed the problem, try running the
> speech server as root.
> qq

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