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Re: Using Espeakup on something other than the default card



You might also want to look into a package named asoundconf. This helps selecting non-default cards, among other things.
Best,
Zack


On Wed, 15 Dec 2010, Rynhardt Kruger wrote:

The only way (I know of) to accomplish this is to do:

export ALSA_CARD=1
espeakup

Replacing 1 with the index of your soundcard.

Take care,

Rynhardt

* Geoff Shang <geoff@QuiteLikely.com> [101215 19:43]:
Hi,

Just upgraded to Squeeze.  I did this because I want to migrate over
to software speech, as I can see that's the way forward,
particularly if I want to use Gnome.

But I want to use it on a card other than my default card.

I would see switching to Espeakup as being a first step, but I can't
see any way of getting it to operate on a different card.

My questions are:

1.  Am I right in this thinking?

2.  If I am, which package should I file a bug against?  This would
really depend on whether it is Espeak or Espeakup that is playing
the audio.

3.  Will Speech Dispatcher allow me to do this?

as a console user for 12 years, I'll have questions about getting
Gnome and Orka running and getting it to play nice with Speakup, but
I'll leave this for another thread.

Geoff.


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