anders at pipkrokodil.se
Mon Oct 9 14:43:13 UTC 2006
I thought oralux was a live cd linux with accessibility?
But i guess i was wrong.
----- Original Message -----
From: "krishnakant Mane" <krmane at gmail.com>
To: "Linux for blind general discussion" <blinux-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 08, 2006 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: Oralux repository
> On 08/10/06, Gilles Casse <gcasse at oralux.org> wrote:
>> These are mostly the same features except eflite and flite for ALSA by
>> Lukas Loehrer.
> yes I think I too grabbed the flite and eflite provided by lucas.
>> Besides en1, a British MBROLA voice, suggested by Multispeech, there
>> are three other American English voices (us1 us2 us3).
> can you please give me some guidance as to how I can download and make
> these voices work with my current installation?
> if it is not very off topic I will like to know how I can make my
> existing debian system run emacspeak with these voices?
> by the way I have installed oralux on to one of my computers, and I
> did a debian type installation. although I don't have speach during
> startup I can still start emacspeak and it works with flite.
> I want to change emacspeak to work by default with this mbrolla voices.
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