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if you have openrc installed, you can put modules in
/etc/conf.d/modules. Take a look at the examples in there and let me
know if you still need help setting it up.
To start a software synthesizer, just give speakup_soft the argument,
and that should bring it up.
On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 09:22:54PM +1200, Robert Grieve wrote:
> Greetings All
> Hubbs, great work getting modules up outside the tree.
> Unfortunately this poses an additional problem for users
> of the sftsyn module. Getting everything set up has lways been a bit
> rough, but now all the daemons don't go either.
> As in, the old process used to be:
> Build speakup into kernel,build sftsyn module
> add speech-dispatcher, speechd-up to default runlevel
> This would then pull in festival, espeak, and whatever to get
> speech-dispatcher up and going, make the dev nodes and whatever,
> and then you could use it.This is the way it is on
> gentoo-sources-2.6.20-r10, which I have been using.
> I am unclear how to make a parallel to all these steps in the new setup.
> The speakup is now only a module
> The synth is still a module. This module is built as speakup_soft
> Both these can be modprobed to get the dev nodes.
> I'm unsure how to make this permanant because of the new usage around
> boot-up modules. There is a lot around this in the migration guide to
> OpenRC, from the old baselayout-2, but now I'm not sure where to put the
> modules I need, obviously speakup, speakup_soft are the ones but where
> do I need to put these?
> Also of course the fact that speechd-up expects speakup to not be built
> as a module means that the 'support' of sftsyn appears to be something
> which once compiled cannot be started. I'm sorry to sound negative here
> but, this is a brilliant system, am I missing something here.
> Many thanks
gentoo accessibility team lead
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