> > In short: making it work right on wide variety of hardware is next to impossible
> > and even then results are mediocre (low volume, radio quality).
> So what? If it works on *your* hardware then you want the option.
It will work well enough to be used for speech synthesis on most hw. It only
eats CPU when in use. [Integrating festival into kernel for *speaking* panics?]
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