apt-get error with espeakup

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Thu Nov 22 11:37:41 UTC 2018

A copy and paste of your sources.list or the output of apt would be
useful in trouble shooting your issue. You can follow the apt command
with > filename or 2> filename to redirect standard output and error
output to a text file if that helps in getting the output into your
message(sadly, I don't know how to redirect both simultaneously, and
while the error output will sometimes contain all that's useful while
standard input is sometimes just run-of-the-mill "I'm working" text
that would just get in the way of troubleshooting, ther are times when
having them interleaved is useful).

Without that, I can't guess at a specific cause, much less suggest a solution.

On 11/22/18, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi.
> I wrote some time ago about espeakup errors.
> I should add things to the sources.list, but that didn't work.
> just got errors that there was something wrong with the file. can't
> read sources.list.
> I have errors with the espeakup package. Can't do anything with apt-get at
> all.
> Is there Another way to remove this?
> I want to remove the stupid package, and compiling from source instead.
> /Kristoffer
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