Re: Unable to get gnopernicus working with Cepstral.


Check if gnome-speech is working properly on your computer. For that, you have 
to go to gnome-speech/test directory then launch speech-test program and to 
try some tests form there.


On Friday 19 March 2004 01:24, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> Ok...
> I have rolled back to a previously built stable GNOME 2.4.2 with
> Gnopernicus 0.7.1, and the same thing happens. The perplexing thing is that
> it dies at different times. Sometimes as soon as I load gnopernicus, it
> barely says a word and then dies, sometimes I can execute a few keystrokes
> in the Gnopernicus/GNOME windows before it dies. Every time however, I
> always have to kill a running theta process even when Gnopernicus and GNOME
> are not running.
> I built GNOME with i686 optimizations. I am going to rebuild gnome-speech
> and Gnopernicus without these, just to see whether it makes a difference. I
> shouldn't think so, but stranger things have happened.
> More to follow as it happens...
> Luke
> At 10:03 AM 19/03/2004, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> >Hi again
> >I got it working. I had to set the THETA_HOME environmental variable to
> >where I installed Cepstral.
> >
> >The only thing is, after a minute or so, sometimes even less, Cepstral
> >dies, however after closing gnopernicus there is still a theta process
> >running and has to be killed manually.
> >
> >Forgot to mention earlier that I am running garnome 2.5.92, which is
> >supposed to be 2.6rc1, gnopernicus 0.8 and gnome-speech 0.3.2. I have
> >Cepstral Frank version 2.5.3
> >
> >Thanks
> >Luke
> >
> >At 09:01 AM 19/03/2004, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> >>Hi
> >>I compiled gnome-speech using the option to point ot my installation of
> >>Theta Frank. All builds ok, however when attempting to load Gnopernicus,
> >>nothing happens.
> >>
> >>Running it from a terminal states the following:
> >>Driver named "Theta GNOME Speech Driver" has no available voices.
> >>
> >>What do I have to do to work around this problem?
> >>
> >>Thanks
> >>Luke
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