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Re: eSpeak command not emitting sound after disabling pulse audio

Hello Jason,

Jason White schrieb am 24.10.2013, 20:51 +1100:
>Sebastian Humenda <shumenda@gmx.de> wrote:
>> I have used the command suggested in the wiki to disable pulseaudio:
>> dpkg-divert --add --rename /usr/share/alsa/pulse-alsa.conf
>I don't think that's enough to disable it if PulseAudio is compiled (as it is
>by default) to use ALSA/PortAudio only of PulseAudio is not available. You
>might have to remove the Pulseaudio package completely to get the desired
>I personally think it's better to work with PulseAudio rather than to remove
>it if possible. It's going to become increasingly difficult to work without
>PulseAudio on most desktop Linux systems.
I still have no clue how to run BRLTTY in conjunction with Pulseaudio.

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