Re: gnome-speech and dectalk drivers


I discovered that /usr/local/lib was not on my LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Once I
included it there, all works fine.

I am not sure, but I think I heard that gnopernicus 0.7.1 does not work
properly with gnome-speech-0.3.0.

---- Thanks, Don Raikes, Accessibility Specialist Homepage: AIM: dnraikes
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nath" <nath ml free fr>
To: "Marc Mulcahy" <Marc Mulcahy Sun COM>
Cc: "Don Raikes" <draikes1030 hotmail com>; "gnome accessibility"
<gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 5:12 PM
Subject: Re: gnome-speech and dectalk drivers

> Marc Mulcahy <Marc Mulcahy Sun COM> writes:
> <
> > Hi Don,
> >
> Hi Marc and all,
> > If you have gnome-speech installed in two locations, I.E., the one that
> > came with Fedora in /usr, and one you built in /opt/gnome-2.4, then this
> > can be the problem.  Make sure it's finding the right test-speech and
> > right list of gnome-speech servers.
> >
> i personnally encounter the same problem as i already report here a few
> days ago but for me it's with garnome (gnome 2.5 if I remember well),
> gnopernicus 0.7.1 and gnome-speech 0.3.0. On my system gnome-speech is
> only installed in the garnome tree. I try to build it with the
> ./configure --with-dectalk-dir=/usr/local as my DECtalk software is
> installed in /usr/local/lib/ and /usr/local/include/dtk the result of
> ./configure shows me that DECtalk driver will be built but after running
> make and make install I try to run test-speech and unfortunatly no
> drivers appear !
> > Based on the fact that the configuration indicates that it's building
> > DECTalk, and test-speech isn't showing the DECTalk driver in the list,
> > suspect this is the problem.
> >
> > Also, ensure that the DECTalk driver is actually being built without
> > errors-- does the last line of the build show any errors?
> >
> in which file may I find the results of DECtalk built in order to see if
> there is no error ? Have I made something wrong ? thx,
> > Regards,
> >
> > Marc
> >
> best regards,
> -- 
> Nath
> <

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