Ubuntu 18 speech-d versions
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Apr 4 13:24:11 UTC 2019
I'm after different voices that only work with 0.9 speech-dispatcher.
On 04/04/2019 08:27, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi Jace,
> You can install from git without removing the packaged version, but
> you will have to make sure that the correct one is started.
> You cannot use both at the same time.
> The git one will likely install into /usr/local, so you might need to
> tweek a few things if everything does not work the first time.
> I would say the correct way would be to get the source of the sd
> package and replace the sources with those from git, then build the
> .deb package using all the package metadata from the old package.
> Then install the newly created package.
> What has changed in the latest speech dispatcher causing you to want
> to upgrade?
> Regards, Willem
> On Wed, 3 Apr 2019, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Okay, simple question.....I run 18.04 Ubuntu completely up to date
>> with all updates. Now, two questions....
>> 1. Am I able to install speech-dispatcher git from Github alongside
>> the existing speech-dispatcher 0.88 that comes with Ubuntu 18.04?
>> 2. If not, will I be able to simply install the speech-dispatcher git
>> and effectively 'replace' the default speech-dispatcher, and have my
>> default voices and Orca work without changing anything?
>> 3. If I can have both the default speech-dispatcher and the
>> speech-dispatcher git installed, am I able to have Orca use both of
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