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outloud - process speaker not running

I dont have a RH8.0 box to test this against, so I am unsure as to
what to suggest.

When I read your message first I thought it was because you hadn't
built the Emacspeak Viavoice server on RH8 --but it looks like you

Run ldd on the tcleci.so in the servers/linux-outloud directory and
see what libs it is linking against.

 >>>>> "John" == John Elsworth <john.elsworth@mbira.demon.co.uk> writes:

    John> Hi, I have just installed RedHat 8.0 and emacspeak-16.0-2. I
    John> made sure I installed tk, tcl and tclx. ViaVoice speaks when
    John> I run runcmdlinespeak.  When I attempt 'tcl outloud' in the
    John> server directory I get the following error:

    John> Error: couldn't load file "./linux-outloud/tcleci.so":
    John> ./linux-outloud/tcleci.so: undefined symbol:
    John> __gxx_personality_v0 while executing"load $tclTTS/tcleci.so"
    John> (file "outloud" line 287)

    John> I got this error before and after running 'make' in the
    John> servers/linux-outloud directory.

    John> The emacspeak archives record a conversation about the
    John> speech server not being properly linked .  Redhat was
    John> installed with the 'Workstation' option. Even so, it seems
    John> something vital is missing.

    John> Thanks in advance -- John Elsworth
    John> mailto:john.elsworth@mbira.demon.co.uk

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