Re: [orca-list] I think my installed Ubuntu and Orca is just plain unstable...
- From: Daniel Dalton <d dalton iinet net au>
- To: Hermann <meinelisten onlinehome de>
- Cc: orca list <orca-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] I think my installed Ubuntu and Orca is just plain unstable...
- Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 21:02:43 +1100 (EST)
On Sun, 17 Feb 2008, Hermann wrote:
am So 17. Feb 2008 um 10:08:01 schrieb Daniel Dalton <d dalton iinet net au>:
The problem is Gnome-Speech. It does not work with Alsa. All the players
What? If you use the default espeak voice with orca (espeak-gnome-driver)
you can use alsa.
Why not follow:
OK, haven't tested it, but what about Linux beginners? But there's still
the alternative with Speech-dispatcher.
Its not that complicated, but yes.
How do I setup orca with speech-dispatcher out of curiosity?
For work, I cannot do on a text console, I use sometimes Ubuntu, but
mostly Windows. And I guess this situation will last for a while :-(
I haven't used windows for ages. You don't really need it with a
combination of both gui and cli.
What about OCR? I don't know whether you need that, but I do, and there's
no alternative to Windows.
No i don't need that. But I am sure there is something around on
sourceforge or something.
I will have a look anyway and hopefully I can find a text-based one...
But why can't they run under wine is my question.
Orca doesn't need to speak.
Tested Wine only briefly, seems complicated; so why use Wine, when you
have to use Windows sometimes?
Well because in my case I don't have a windows box to use.
And it would be nice if they ran on linux.
Even though I don't play audio games...
d dalton iinet net au
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