[quoted lines by Tage Johansson on 2019/12/03 at 06:49 +0100] >I have successfully installed brltty on my raspberry pi with arch linux arm >through the official brltty package for arch linux arm. For some reason, >espeak isn't working on arch linux arm, but espeak-ng does. But for some >other reason, espeak-ng isn't working together with brltty. I have uncomment >the line in brltty which enables espeak-ng and set autospeak to yes, but I'm >still not hearing any sound. I've tested espeak-ng and it works if I run it >from the command line, both as user and root.
Brltty does work with eSpeak-NG. Could you please post your brltty.conf so that we can have a look at it? You can directly test it by running brltty with the -sen command line option. It could be that the brltty you're using doesn't include the eSpeak-NG driver. The output of brltty -v should show which drivers it contains. >Any suggestions how to proceed? I can build brltty from source if someone >just tells me how to configure it so it includes espeak-ng. The "trick" is to ensure that you have eSpeak-NG's development package installed. -- I believe the Bible to be the very Word of God: http://Mielke.cc/bible/ Dave Mielke | 2213 Fox Crescent | WebHome: http://Mielke.cc/ EMail: d...@mielke.cc | Ottawa, Ontario | Twitter: @Dave_Mielke Phone: +1 613 726 0014 | Canada K2A 1H7 | _______________________________________________ This message was sent via the BRLTTY mailing list. To post a message, send an e-mail to: BRLTTY@brltty.app For general information, go to: http://brltty.app/mailman/listinfo/brltty