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Re: Via voice, mandrake and emacs speak



Hi,
No, Viavoice does not come with emacspeak. Actually, Viavoice will not run
on Mandrake versions newer than Version 8.2.
However, you may whish to get the flite and eflite synth from:
eflite.sourceforge.net
if you still wish to use emacspeak.
An alternative is use the gnopernicus screen reader for Gnome. There are
10.1 packages for gnopernicus probably on your 10.1 disks, and on the
Mandrake ftp mirrors.
I am a Mandrake/Mandriva user myself, and can likely answer most of your
questions. Although, I am running the Mandrake 10.2 beta called Mandrake
2005.

----- Original Message -----
From: "suman rath" <suman.rath@gmail.com>
To: <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2005 1:45 PM
Subject: Via voice, mandrake and emacs speak


Hi,
I am new user to linux and to this list.

I am about to install mandrake 10.1 on my system which is a p3 450 mhz
and was bought 10 years back.

Following the instructions in the installation howto, I can't get the
copy of Via voice.

Does Emacs speak 22.0 contain the via voice already built in?

How do I install it on mandrake?

Thanks and regards,
Suman.

email.
suman.rath@gmail.com

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