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Re: Problem using Dectalk driver.



"Tom and Esther Ward" <tward1978@earthlink.net> writes:

> Hi. I have made some great progress, but am still having a problem. Here is
> where I am now.
> 1. I have added /usr/local/lib to my /etc/ld.so.conf, and run ldconfig.
> 2. Removed my extra copies of dectalk libs from /usr/lib.
> 3. I have recompiled  the dtk-soft driver. With no errors once I removed the
> line breaks from the file.
> 4.Set the DTK_PROGRAM and EMACSPEAK_DIR variables in /etc/profile.
> 5. Tested dtk-soft with:
> tcl /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/dtk-soft
> all goes well so far.
> 6. When I run emacspeak the dectalk starts talking and then a huge crash
> follows. emacs freezes, speech stops, and all is no longer right with the
> world.
> Any ideas what might be wrong?
>
So, now perhaps a problem with your sound chip ? which sound chip have
you ? is it on a desktop or a laptop machine ?

> Thanks everyone for your help, and I think I am almost there.
>
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