Re: Didier speak-with script?
The script will only work as intended if someone adapt it to Debian, or rewrite
it for Debian. There is no other way.
Le 19/03/2022 à 23:28, Chime Hart a écrit :
> Well, thank you David for your analysis. I tried your suggestions-and an only
> difference, mine mentions Fenrir.
> gzip: /proc/config.gz: No such file or directory
> speechd-up is not a valid argument of this command.
> Usage: /usr/sbin/speak-with <screen reader> or <hard synthesizer> or none
> Choose a console screen reader to talk with among:
> -e fenrir (Modular, flexible and fast console screen reader)
> or use one of the supported hard synthesizers:
> or type "/usr/sbin/speak-with none" to mute all screen readers.
> Back again live. I have no idea what it thinks the DecTalk is-and-I surely
> wouldn't want to try the "none" option. We do have an alias or script to reload
> the DecTalk
> rd: aliased to sudo /sbin/modprobe -r speakup_dectlk; sudo
> /usr/sbin/modprobe speakup_dectlk; sudo cp /usr/local/bin/characters
> /sys/accessibility/speakup/i18n/; sudo echo '10' | sudo tee
> Back again live, that was alll supposed to be on a single line, but after
> pasting, I couldn't fix the spacing. Thanks.