Re: problems with gnome speech
Sebastian Dellit <email@example.com> writes:
> on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 at 8:20:18 PM means Mario Lang:
>> If you have any trouble with gnome-speech, I would have liked to know
>> about it.
> OK, I will speak about my problems with gnome-speech.
> I run a debian sid (amd64) and try to run orca. I compiled orrca from
> When I will run orca, a speak say "welcome to orca" and crashed. In the
> console I can read the following:
[... lengthy python backtrace snipped ...]
> I download the sources of libgnome-speech3 by apt-get source
> libgnome-speech3 and try the test-speech aplication.
> The following happens:
> sdellit@server:~$ test-speech
> 1: OAFIID:GNOME_Speech_SynthesisDriver_Festival:proto0.3
> Select a server: 1
> Attempting to activate OAFIID:GNOME_Speech_SynthesisDriver_Festival:proto0.3.
> Driver name: Festival GNOME Speech Driver
> Driver version: 0.3
> Synthesizer name: Festival Speech Synthesis System
> Synthesizer Version: 1.4.3
> Enter desired gender ('m' or 'f'): f
> Enter desired locale, or 'all' to display all voices:
> 1. kal_diphone (language english)
> Select voice: 1
> ** (process:5814): WARNING **: Failed to send buffer
> Segmentation fault
> Can everybody help me to make this test correctly?
Can you run test-speech under gdb, and provide a backtrace when the segfault
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