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multispeech and Fedora
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Has anybody built the multispeech Emacspeak speech server on a Fedora
Recently Gilles Casse has made such a package available. But the
software requirements (besides Emacspeak-24.0) is:
This is th Debian name. Your distribution might already offered the
libdb3-dev package, perhaps with a slightly different name. "
Here is the description given by Debian:
"Berkeley v3 Database Libraries [development]
This is the development package which contains headers and static
libraries for the Berkeley v3 database library..."
I am running a Fedora Core 3 system and it uses db4. (In fact
since FC1 Fedora has come with version 4.)
When I asked Gilles, if this discrepancy in the versions will cause
problems he responded:
Indeed I do not know if db4 is fully compliant with db3. If I remember
well Igor uses db3 for the English lexicon (Enlex).
So I would like to know if the multispeech can be built on Fedora
systems without installing libdb3, or if it is possible to install the
earlier version on a FC3 system.
Any suggestions or pointers would be gratefully received.
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