Speak Up In Linux Using Espeak

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Command LineGnu/LinuxEducationTips and TricksGreat PeopleOpen SourceRecommendationsUncategorizedSpeak Up In Linux Using EspeakFiled under: Command Line, Gnu/Linux, Open Source, Tips and Tricks — 1 CommentJanuary 2, 2012

Sometimes we want out Linux box to speak to/for us.This ability is very useful to make announcements and alerts in case of many critical events in our machines or can be used just for sheer fun. There exists a command line synthesized known as espeak that comes pre installed in Ubuntu. You can also install it on debian systems by typing the command sudo apt-get install espeak  in a command console .For all other operating systems you can install it from source available at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/download.html The usage of espeak is pretty straight forward, just  type  espeak  

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