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The version of espeak in gentoo doesn't currently support switching
voices, so you would have to do something like this as root:
cp default default.bak
cp [voice] default
In the second cp command, replace the word [voice] with the voice you
want to use. For example:
cp en/en-us default
then restart espeakup.
However, I am working on fixing this in espeakup and another release
with this support will be done soon.
On Sat, Mar 07, 2009 at 11:05:00PM -0300, Cleverson wrote:
> I managed to install Gentoo on my hard drive and get Espeakup talking at the boot.
> Now I need to change ESpeak's voice it uses, from the default English to the Brazilian Portuguese voice, that's my native language. How can I accomplish this?
> I haven't found any instructions in Espeakup's man page. Can you help me please?
> Thank you
gentoo accessibility team lead
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