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  1. #31
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    Re: Speech to Text

    Hello lykeion , Thank's for the post . There is a ton of useful information to go over.

    Do you have any thoughts as to what I should take off of my machine as far as programs I do not need any longer , from trying to have Vedics and Gnome Voice Control .

    COMPUTIAC

  2. #32
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    Re: Speech to Text

    If you installed gnome-voice-control with a package manager (Ubuntu Software Center, Synaptics, or apt-get) you could easily remove it the same way.
    In Synaptics you can also remove local/obsolete packages and residual config of earlier installed packages.

    Start Synaptics:
    System > Administration > Synaptics Package Manager

    Remove GVC:
    Enter "gnome-voice-control" in search field
    Rightclick gnome-voice-control package > Mark for complete removal > Click Apply button > Clear search field (so all packages are shown again)

    Remove local/obsolete packages:
    Click Status button at bottom-left > Select "Installed (local or obsolete)" to left > Rightclick found packages > Mark for complete removal > Click Apply button

    Remove residual config earlier installed packages:
    Click Status button at bottom-left > Select "Not installed (residual config)" to left > Rightclick found packages > Mark for complete removal > Click Apply button

  3. #33
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    Re: Speech to Text

    Hello lykeion,

    Great directions , went perfect as you expected . Is there any of the many Java applications I could remove , or will they not do any harm in staying on-board ? With out conflicts .

    I am not positive if DNS uses any or not . It doe's use C++ which I think is totally different .

    COMPUTIAC

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    Re: Speech to Text

    Hello azakmi2 ,

    The problem I had after installing VEDICS was , I could not start it without the CPU maxing out at 100% . The only way to quit the program and bring the CPU rate to a compatible rate was to reboot the machine .

    The "windows thing" means to restart , or reboot the computer . They both mean the same thing .

    If you have any other questions , please post them .

    COMPUTIAC

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    Re: Speech to Text

    This question comes up regularly on the forums, and is one that I am interested in (for speech recognition and dictation).

    Unfortunately, it would appear that Linux does not have good speech recognition software yet. The most promising seems to be Julius. Unfortunately, although Julius works, the developers have only a Japanese speech model and need help developing an English model. (They do have an English model but it has problems including severely restricted licensing.)

    I think that if you depend on speech recognition, you will have to remain with Windows or Mac for the time being.
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  6. #36
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    Re: Speech to Text

    Hi Computiac,

    I am one of the developers of vedics. Regarding the CPU going 100%, can you please let me know whether you have installed Sun JRE or OpenJDK?

    If it is OpenJDK, there is an issue in it which causes the CPU to hit 100%.

    I would really appreciate if you can reach out for "VEDICS" related help on VEDICS forum so that we can help you better.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Nischal E Rao

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