Well, it couldn’t go without a hitch could it? That would be too easy!
While following the instructions on the orca-live wiki titled: “How do I get Orca to speak alongside other alsa applications?” I’ve run into a problem using Ubuntu 7.4.
I did as was suggested. I replaced the lines.
That seems to have broken accessibility support. Alsa-oss is installed. Apt-get install alsa-oss said it was running the latest version.
Could someone tell me where I’m going wrong? To make things worse, I’ve replaced the old line back into the file but it’s still not letting me log into gnome.
Here’s my GNOME_Speech_SynthesisDriver_Espeak.server file.
<oaf_attribute name="repo_ids" type="stringv">
<oaf_attribute name="name" type="string" value="Espeak TTS Speech Driver"/>
<oaf_attribute name="description" type="string" value="Provides text to speech services using the Espeak Speech Synthesis Syst$
Any help would be very appreciated.