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Re: [SLE] Re: suse 10.0 and KDE Accessability
  • From: Masaru Nomiya <nomiyac360@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2006 20:01:35 +0900
  • Message-id: <873bdhskfk.wl%nomiyac360@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello Bob,

>>>>> In the Message: [suse-linux-e ML: No.276103]
>>>>> with the date of Tue, 4 Jul 2006 01:03:56 -0400
>>>>> [Bob] == Bob S <usr@xxxxxxxxxxx> has written:

Bob> Welllll...I am not sure exactly. I downloaded and installed KTTS and it works
Bob> for the clipboard and text files. It uses festival.

Good news!

Bob> >
Bob> > In my case.
Bob> >
Bob> > festival> (SayText "Hello, World")
Bob> > works, but

Bob> That does not work for me. I get:
Bob> bob@EasyStreet:/> festival> (SayText "Hello, World")
Bob> bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('


bob@EasyStreet:/> festival[RET}

this will give you the festival's prompt like this;


then enter

festival> (SayText "Hello, worls")

It will work for you.

Me>> # festival --tts <text file>
Me>> doesn't work.

Bob> For me neither. I get:
Bob> bob@EasyStreet:~/Documents> festival --tts Mary_Jones.letter
Bob> pipe_open: failed to start audsp
Bob> Audio spooler has died unexpectedly

Just same as me.

Bob> So, I don't know if I must do that or not. As I said above, I have KTTS
Bob> working OK. I don't mind re-compiling if that is necessary. I don't have KTTS
Bob> working in Kmail and that is what I need. I must do more research.

Yes, it is.
I have reported the festival's probel to bugzilla, but I haven;'t got any
response yet.

Bob> Send me the patches if you don't mind and I will decide whether it is
Bob> neccessary or not.

By pathes, sound becomes more cleaer.

I'll send the patches and setting the kow how.


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