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- Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 20:36:30 -0400
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I'm trying to install emacspeak on a slackware 10.1
box. I currently have the following:
I have flite and festival compiled and installed, however, I can't garantee
they're installed 100% correctly. I'm using a doubletalk external with
I have already grabbed the emacspeak-21-tar.bz2 source.
I would prefer to configure emacspeak with one of the software
synths. Although, if I have to, I will use the doubletalk.
It appears that some kind of speech server may be necessary. This is
the point at which I am a little confused. most everything I have seen
refers to the decktalk, which is not an option for me. So I'm not sure how
to proceed with the installation and using one of the 3 synths that are
available to me.
Any suggestions or advice is greatly appreciated.