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Re: ViaVoice, Debian, Alsa



Hi Tim,

the "alsa/asoundlib.h" heder file is not from the kernel but from the
user space alsa library. You will need to install the following
packages:

libasound2
libasound2-dev

Hope this helps,

Lukas
Tim Cross writes ("ViaVoice, Debian, Alsa "):
> Hi All,
> 
> This is just mainly an informative FYI post. Today, I obtained the
> 6.1.7.0 rte for IBM's ViaVoice on Debian and am very pleased to report
> I'm running it fine and its wonderful to have the great Viavoice TTS
> back again under Linux - its certainly a lot more stable than the
> software DECTalk - in fact, it has not failed on me all afternoon. 
> 
> At the moment, I'm only running it via the alsa OSS emulation
> layer. This is because I have not been able to get the alsa version to
> compile under Debian Etch. Something seems to have possibly changed
> with Alsa in that there is no asoundlib.h file in the headers which
> come with the 2.6.12 kernel I'm running. As yet, I've not tracked this
> down to anything in particular and will obviously have to do a bit of
> research. 
> 
> Raman, if you see this message, can you let me know what version of
> alsa you compiled agains. Also, can you let me know what version of
> g++ you used. 
> 
> Tim
> 
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