Fenrir doesn't talk.
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Fri Aug 4 20:08:56 UTC 2017
Actually, when I run check-dependencys.py with python3 instead of
python, everything passes but pyenchant.
Pyenchant is already installed in python2.7 but I have no idea how to
install it so that it works with python3.
I don't understand the difference between python, python2.7, python3...
On 8/4/17, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the typo :) i fixed it.
> What distro are you using? fenrir needs a very current system
> python>=3.3, python3-evdev >=0.6.4, current version of sox what
> contains opus support for opus soundIcons (but for soundicons you also
> can use WAV or the gstreamer backend).
> Are you using master or stable? are you using pulseaudo or plain alsa?
> (alsa should work out of the box, pulse would need some configuration
> to stream the "root" soundoutput to your user)
> can you post the output of check-dependencies?
> fenrir is written in python3 so you may need to take care if you
> install the python2 or python3 version of an module.
> what happens if you just type in the bash:
> (python opens)
>>>> import speechd
> maybe you can produce a debug out for me. (with master)
> sudo rm /var/log/fenrir.log
> sudo /path/to/fenrir/fenrir -d
> (stop fenrir)
> send me /var/log/fenrir.log
> there is also some user documentation found here:
> Cheers Chrys
> Zitat von Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>:
>> I have all the "dependencys" installed. However, it complains that
>> python3-speechd and python3-espeak are missing. They aren't. Neither
>> is speech dispatcher. Fenrir starts but doesn't talk. What should I
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