- From: Marc Mulcahy <Marc Mulcahy Sun COM>
- To: Bill Haneman <Bill Haneman Sun COM>
- Cc: gnome-accessibility-list gnome org
- Subject: Re:
- Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 06:43:38 -0600 (MDT)
gnome-speech will atempt to build as many drivers as it can. If you
install DECTalk in the default location, the gnome-speech build process
should find it and build the gnome-speech drivers for it. This is also
the case for Cepstral Theta. If your DECTalk or Theta is installed in a
nonstandard location, you can use the --with-dectalk-dir or
--with-theta-dir options to the configure script. To see what drivers
will be built, read the output which is generated at the end of the output
from running the configure script.
On Mon, 17 May 2004, Bill Haneman wrote:
> Stephen Clower asked about building gnome-speech with non-default drivers.
> Hi Stephen:
> The commercial drivers aren't built by default (at least not to my knowledge). You can point your build to them via the --with-theta-dir=PATH and --with-dectalk-dir=PATH options to "./configure". Give that a try... if you want to check the configure options, run
> ./configure --help
> - Bill
> >Hello folks,
> > Last night I ran swaret on my Slackware machine to upgrade everything to the current stable releases. Among other things, Gnome, Gnome-speech, and Gnopernicus were updated. After this update completed, I recompiled gnome-speech 0.3.2 so that I would be able to use Dectalk or Cepstral. The ./configure output confirmed that the gnome-speech servers would be built, so I did a make all;make install. However, running test-speech just shows a phantom Festival driver and nothing else. Does anyone know why gnome-speech miht be exhibiting this behavior?
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