Voice assistant on Linux?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Feb 25 19:24:44 UTC 2022
Thanks for that one, I am also looking at Google assistant and/or Alexa.
I have 3 echo devices in my home, yes, I love my Linux, but considder
myself a pragmatist. I use what works. Wether it be open or proprietary.
As long as it does what I need it to do, bob's your uncle, I'll go right
ahead and use it.
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On 2022/02/25 21:17, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> We have Mycroft
> among others. Mycroft is installable through snap if you have access
> to it, but you can also clone its git repository and install it that
> way, which seems to work better.
> Unfortunately I'm not aware of any distro package for it. Mycroft
> isn't bad, though it does tend to be too sensitive, hearing its name
> when you're not talking to it, or when your screen reader is speaking.
> There are others as I said, but I can't comment on them, as I haven't
> tried them ... yet.
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