T. V. Raman raman at users.sourceforge.net
Sat Jun 16 20:21:47 UTC 2007

To run an alsa enabled server, make sure to read the notes in the
linux-outloud directory. You'll need to explicitly make
atcleci.so -- by default emacspeak will build and use an OSS
server since ALSA is only now becoming the default on all Linux systms.

>>>>> "Mike" == Mike Gorse <mgorse at mgorse.dhs.org> writes:
    Mike> Somehow I didn't think to look for the ViaVoice
    Mike> server...  You'd want something like the following in
    Mike> yasr.conf: synthesizer=emacspeak server synthesizer
    Mike> port=|/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/outloud
    Mike> In theory, this should work.
    Mike> I would test this if I could obtain ttsynth; I was
    Mike> thinking of buying it anyway.  Janina, if you're
    Mike> reading this, do you have an estimate on when it will
    Mike> again be possible to obtain it?
    Mike> -- Mike Gorse / AIM:linvortex /
    Mike> http://mgorse.freeshell.org --
    Mike> On Sat, 16 Jun 2007, Hart Larry wrote:
    >> Well, TV, that would certainly be better news about alsa,
    >> as now once I start speech-dispatcher, I cannot play
    >> anything else with either m player or tr player.  Ok, so
    >> now please, please, please, show us how to setup an emacs
    >> server for YASR---thanks so much in advance Hart
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