Is there any distros/packages which would allow a normal sound card to be
used at the moment he is using a laptop so installing voice synth hardware
is not really an option.
Sorry for not being more specific last time
On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> Zipspeak was released last week. Check http://lwn.net/ I think for news
> of it, or search http://linuxtoday.com for it. It needs voice synth
> hardware though.
>> There's also a webpage and a mailing list about it which he might be
> interested in too.
>> kilmartin mark wrote:
> > Can any body point me a distro suitable for a blind person.
> > It is for a college student who needs *nix experience and is forced to
> > simply telnet from windows at the moment.
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