I finally got festival text 2 speech to work. I followed a set of instructions but had to make edits to set it up to work (albeit a few warnings). At the end I tried using quit with double quotes inside parentheses and without but could not stop the program (i.e. comes back with "festival>"). Tried CONTROL-C but that didn't work but by accident one time CONTROL-D did work. Does someone know if that is correct? Did I leave out something?
Here is how I did it: ---------- Post updated at 04:02 PM ---------- Previous update was at 02:31 AM ----------
Found it. Yes CONTROL-D is what is to be used to exit festival and return to the shell. Also (quit) does work to do the same guess I was getting tired.
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-Model : P770
-OS version: AIX 6.1
-patch level : 6100-07-04-1216
-ha version : HACMP v 220.127.116.11
-host : A, B
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