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1. Have you checked the permissions on the /dev/ttyS0 port? 

2. Have you tried the test outlined in the emacspeak Makefile to check
the driver and double-talk are working correctly before running
emacspeak?

3. emacspeak 12 is quite old - the last release was emacspeak 16. I'm
not sure about the emacspeak-ss package, but perhaps check to make
sure there isn't a later version of that as well. Also, what version
of emacs are you running? If its emacs 21, you should definatley get a
later version of emacspeak. 

Tim
>>>>> "dashielljt" == dashielljt  <dashielljt@gmpexpress.net> writes:

    dashielljt> The details are slackware 8.0.0; emacspeak-12.0.tar.gz
    dashielljt> for slackware, emacspeak-ss-1.9.1.tar.gz since there's
    dashielljt> a doubletalk external synthesizer,
    dashielljt> DTK_PROGRAM=doubletalk and DTK_PORT=/dev/ttyS0 both
    dashielljt> exported.


    dashielljt> Jude <dashielljt@gmpexpress.net>

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