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Re: Error: Could not load libibmeci.so

you mentioned earlier that you had gotten compile warnings. You
shouldn't be getting any, at least I dont.

I suggest recompiling  --  and trying from square 1, after making
sure you have the asoundrc file from the emacspeak directory
copied over to $HOME/.asoundrc

>>>>> "Robert" == Robert D Crawford <rdc1x@comcast.net> writes:
    Robert> "T. V. Raman" <raman@users.sf.net> writes:
    >> make sure ldconfig has set things up so your shared libs
    >> can be found. This is not an emacspeak or viavoice
    >> specific thing; do a man ldconfig to learn about shared
    >> libs.
    Robert> Forgot about this one.  linking the lib to one of the
    Robert> directories used by ldconfig did the trick for this
    Robert> problem.
    Robert> I also copied the eci.ini file from the /var/opt
    Robert> subdirectory to the linux-outloud directory as per
    Robert> instructions.
    Robert> Now to the next problem.
    Robert> I was able to go back and read the thread concerning
    Robert> this error message:
    Robert> atcleci.cpp size_t alsa_configure Assertion `err >=
    Robert> 0' failed., returned 0 Items
    Robert> and think I understand a little about what was said
    Robert> in the thread.  I would assume that things should
    Robert> work for these reasons:
    Robert> 1.  I am running the current cvs version.  It seems
    Robert> that the problem was fixed according to the thread.
    Robert> 2.  I am using a Thinkpad T40, In the top of the
    Robert> .asoundrc file there is a line reading:
    Robert> # I82801DBICH4 [Intel 82801DB-ICH4] (IBM Thinkpads)
    Robert> and the output from aplay -v has this line:
    Robert> Hardware PCM card 0 'Intel 82801DB-ICH4' device 0
    Robert> subdevice 0
    Robert> therefore, based on this, it should work.
    Robert> In reading the thread, I did not understand much more
    Robert> than this.  I understand that this error comes up if
    Robert> there are bad settings in the .asoundrc file, but I
    Robert> don't really want to go mucking about in the file if
    Robert> I do not know what I should be changing.
    Robert> I ran the alsaparams program and got this back:
    Robert> Card Parameters Alsa Library Version: 1.0.11 Access
    Robert> Method: RW_INTERLEAVED Format: S16_LE Channels: 1
    Robert> Rate: 44100 bps Period Time: 23219 us Period Size:
    Robert> 1024 frames Buffer Time: 92879 us Buffer Size: 4096
    Robert> frames Periods per Buffer: 4 frames Exact Rate:
    Robert> 44100/1 bps Significant Bits: 16 Tick Time: 0 Card
    Robert> Capabilities Batch Transfer: No Block Transfer: Yes
    Robert> Double Buffering: No Half Duplex Only: No Joint
    Robert> Duplex Capable: No Support Overrange Detection: No
    Robert> Support Sample-res Mmap: No Can Pause: No Can Resume:
    Robert> Yes Support Sync Start: No
    Robert> If there are parts of the alsa docs that outline what
    Robert> I need to change, pointers are always welcome.  I
    Robert> read:
    Robert> http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/doc-php/asoundrc.php?company=Generic&card=Generic&chip=Generic&module=Generic
    Robert> but it did not seem to help me to understand.
    Robert> Thanks again for all the help,
    Robert> rdc
    Robert> --
    Robert> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Robert> Robert D. Crawford rdc1x@comcast.net
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