Re: [orca-list] using orca in fedora 11?
- From: Alonzo <mariachiac aim com>
- To: w9fyi cox net
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] using orca in fedora 11?
- Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 13:28:33 -0500
You can try
yum --uninstall pulseaudio
I don't remember the exact commands as i don't use fedora anymore. That
shoudl disable pulse audio. Then set your preferences to use alsa in sounds.
Regarding speakup, this is off topic here. Look at the documentation
provided in the tarball
usually make and make install_modules will get you started.
You can also suscrbie to the speakup mailing list for more help.
On 07/20/2009 12:35 PM, Justin Mann wrote:
Has anybody had experience with using orca in fedora 11? I've gotten
fedora installed, and have orca running with the gnome speech drivers,
and espeak, but I notice that sometimes Fedora can be a little
sluggish as say compared to vinux. Anyway to improve Fedora/orca's
responsiveness? Also forgive me this is a bit off topic, but I can
not find any instructions for instaling speakup in to the Kernel. The
speakup website clearly tells you how to get speakup from source, but
has nothing with regards to installing it from srouce.
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