[arm-allstar] Online Forum
wa3dsp at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 18:32:54 EST 2017
I will take your questions or comments one at a time -
This forum works quite well and there is no reason to start anything else.
The TTS howto is still valid but the audio_convert script is ot in V1.5 I
will have to try and dig that up and see if I can get it back in. The sox
command on the last page is a one liner to convert a .wav file to .ul for
Create a wav file and run it through this conversion line. This is NOT text
to speech though it is just voice file conversion.For text to speech Linux
is light on good TTS. There are some online free and pay services with
limitations. There is no real good answer at this time. Flite is a download
but I don't think it sound that good.
Hamvoip release of Festival Lite for Arch Linux
Hamvoip release of Festival Lite Arctic voices for Arch Linux
I will have to check the usb backup. I rarely use the backups any more as
it is so easy to backup to a PC or other computer and also so easy to
recreate and image if one fails as long as you have the config files.
I am not sure what you are asking about supermon. I will leave that up to
the author who listens here , Paul KN2R.
In the future please try to limit a message to one subject as the object of
any forum is to allow others to benefit from the discussion. If the subject
is not specific they won't know what is int he message unless they read it.
On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 4:41 PM, "Patrick R via arm-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> I posted a message and haven't had a official response back but it seems
> that QRZ.com would be OK with you guys using their forum system.
> The current threads are located at... https://forums.qrz.com/index.p
> I've requested that IRLP, EchoLink and AllStar have their own sub folders
> for forum threads. So we'll see how things go but having a online forum
> would make things easier to follow and since it's hosted by QRZ which is
> already amateur radio affiliated, that means you don't have to worry about
> maintenance and 99% of the registered users are registered operators.
> So if you are interested, as I'm sure many other people are, there's your
> maintenance free option that will allow other user such as myself to help
> other users.
> We could also request a HAMVOIP ARM sub folder. Choice is yours.
> My other questions are...
> Are the instructions for the Text to Speech How-to still valid on version
> 1.5+? I ran the installer, inserter my voice tts key but as soon as I get
> to the editing of myid.txt I get a bit lost because I don't see how the
> myid.ul file is automatically created, or rather it wasn't created. So I'm
> sure I'm missing something.
> I plan to use the tts_voice for a weather alerts option so more detailed
> alerts can be given.
> Second question is, I'm getting a error 2 when I run a USB-Backup. I'm not
> sure what error 2 means. Question is, what does it mean? Image-Backup works
> Third Question is, is there a way to implement a sharing of the
> "Favorites" from the SuperMon?
> Say Favorite 1 is *7001, 2 is *7002 and so on?
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