[arch-general] too many brick walls for graphical archlinux install
jdashiel at panix.com
Tue Jan 7 00:17:26 UTC 2020
I am pretty sure I got all of this figured out and it will likely need a
First install fenrir-screenreader not espeak. Next install espeak-ng
and speech-dispatcher and gnome.
Once that's done get fenrir working then run spd-conf and take espeak-ng
and pulse for choices and do the tests. If that works orca with gnome
ought to work. espeak and espeakup do not work with spd-cay with
pulseaudio on the system and they're a command line interface dead end
by themselves as is festival.
I'll try doing this actual install to test and see if it will work and
post my findings here and if it does write something for the wiki a
On Mon, 6 Jan 2020, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2020 12:55:59
> From: Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at panix.com>
> Reply-To: General Discussion about Arch Linux <arch-general at archlinux.org>
> To: arch-general at lists.archlinux.org
> Subject: Re: [arch-general] too many brick walls for graphical archlinux
> I commented some lines out in /etc/pulse/client.conf and
> /etc/pulse/daemon.conf. Next thing to try is install speech-dispatcher
> and festival and voices for festival and see if I can get spd-say talking.
> If so, that will mean the edits on those pulse files were adequate and
> then gnome and orca theoretically will install and work correctly using
> I read about a nopulse package on the arch bbs site in messages but
> couldn't find that on aur so decided to do some edits on the pulse
> configuration files.
> If I ever get this working, I'll probably get myself an arch account and
> write something for the wiki so others won't have to guess the way I have
> if they want to install gnome on archlinux and have orca talking.
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