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# Global configuration for Speech Dispatcher
# ==========================================
# -----SYSTEM OPTIONS-----
# CommunicationMethod specifies the method to be used by Speech Dispatcher to communicate with
# its clients. Two basic methods are "unix_socket" and "inet_socket".
#
# unix_socket -- communication over Unix sockets represented by a file in the
# filesystem (see SocketPath below). This method works only locally, but is
# prefered for standard session setup, where every user runs his own instance of Speech
# Dispatcher to get voice feedback on his own computer.
#
# inet_socket -- alternatively, you can start Speech Dispatcher on
# a TCP port and connect to it via hostname/port. This allows for a more
# flexible setup, where you can use Speech Dispatcher over network
# from different machines. See also the Port and LocalhostAccessOnly
# configuration variables.
#
# CommunicationMethod "unix_socket"
# SocketPath is either "default" or a full path to the filesystem
# where the driving Unix socket file should be created in case the
# CommunicationMethod is set to "unix_socket". The default is
# $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/speech-dispatcher/speechd.sock where $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
# is the directory specified by the XDG Base Directory Specification.
# Do not change this unless you have a reason and know what you are doing.
# SocketPath "default"
# The Port on which Speech Dispatcher should be available to clients if the "inet_socket"
# communication method is used.
# Port 6560
# By default, if "inet_socket" communication method is used, the specified port is opened only
# for connections coming from localhost. If LocalhostAccessOnly is set to 0 it disables this
# access controll. It means that the port will be accessible from all computers on the
# network. If you turn off this option, please make sure you set up some system rules on what
# computers are and are not allowed to access the Speech Dispatcher port.
# LocalhostAccessOnly 1
# By default, Speech Dispatcher is configured to shut itself down after a period of
# time if no clients are connected. The timeout value is in seconds, and is started when
# the last client disconnects. A value of 0 disables the timeout.
# Timeout 5
# -----LOGGING CONFIGURATION-----
# The LogLevel is a number between 0 and 5 specifying the
# verbosity of information to the logfile or screen
# 0 means nothing, 5 means everything (not recommended).
LogLevel 3
# The LogDir specifies where the Speech Dispatcher logs reside
# Specify "stdout" for standard console output
# or a custom log directory path. 'default' means
# the logs are written to the default destination (e.g. a preconfigured
# system directory or the home directory if .speech-dispatcher is present)
# DO NOT COMMENT OUT THIS OPTION, leave as "default" for standard logging
LogDir "default"
#LogDir "/var/log/speech-dispatcher/"
#LogDir "stdout"
# The CustomLogFile allows logging all messages # regardless of
# priority, to the given destination.
#CustomLogFile "protocol" "/var/log/speech-dispatcher/speech-dispatcher-protocol.log"
# ----- VOICE PARAMETERS -----
# The DefaultRate controls how fast the synthesizer is going to speak.
# The value must be between -100 (slowest) and +100 (fastest), default
# is 0.
DefaultRate 0
# The DefaultPitch controls the pitch of the synthesized voice. The
# value must be between -100 (lowest) and +100 (highest), default is
# 0.
DefaultPitch 0
# The DefaultVolume controls the default volume of the voice. It is
# a value between -100 (softly) and +100 (loudly). Currently, +100
# maps to the default volume of the synthesizer.
DefaultVolume 100
# The DefaultVoiceType controls which voice type should be used by
# default. Voice types are symbolic names which map to particular
# voices provided by the synthesizer according to the output module
# configuration. Please see the synthesizer-specific configuration
# in etc/speech-dispatcher/modules/ to see which voices are assigned to
# different symbolic names. The following symbolic names are
# currently supported: MALE1, MALE2, MALE3, FEMALE1, FEMALE2, FEMALE3,
# CHILD_MALE, CHILD_FEMALE
# DefaultVoiceType "MALE1"
# The Default language with which to speak
DefaultLanguage en
# ----- MESSAGE DISPATCHING CONTROLL -----
# The DefaultClientName specifies the name of a client who didn't
# introduce himself at the beginning of an SSIP session.
# DefaultClientName "unknown:unknown:unknown"
# The Default Priority. Use with caution, normally this shouldn't be
# changed globally (at this place)
# DefaultPriority "text"
# The DefaultPauseContext specifies by how many index marks a speech
# cursor should return when resuming after a pause. This is roughly
# equivalent to the number of sentences before the place of the
# execution of pause that will be repeated.
# DefaultPauseContext 0
# -----SPELLING/PUNCTUATION/CAPITAL LETTERS CONFIGURATION-----
# The DefaultPunctuationMode sets the way dots, comas, exclamation
# marks, question marks etc. are interpreted. none: they are ignored
# some: some of them are sent to synthesis (see
# DefaultPunctuationSome) all: all punctuation marks are sent to
# synthesis
# DefaultPunctuationMode "none"
# The DefaultCapLetRecognition: if set to "spell", capital letters
# should be spelled (e.g. "capital b"), if set to "icon",
# capital letters are indicated by inserting a special sound
# before them but they should be read normally, it set to "none"
# capital letters are not recognized (by default)
# DefaultCapLetRecognition "none"
# The DefaultSpelling: if set to On, all messages will be spelt
# unless set otherwise (this is usually not something you want to do.)
# DefaultSpelling Off
# ----- AUDIO CONFIGURATION -----------
# -- AUDIO OUTPUT --
# Chooses between the possible sound output systems:
# "pulse" - PulseAudio
# "alsa" - Advanced Linux Sound System
# "oss" - Open Sound System
# "nas" - Network Audio System
# "libao" - A cross platform audio library
# Pulse audio is the default and recommended sound server. OSS and ALSA
# are only provided for compatibility with architectures that do not
# include Pulse Audio. NAS provides network transparency, but is not
# very well tested. libao is a cross platform library with plugins for
# different sound systems and provides alternative output for Pulse Audio
# and ALSA as well as for other backends.
AudioOutputMethod pulse
# -- Pulse Audio parameters --
# Pulse audio server name or "default" for the default pulse server
#AudioPulseServer "default"
#AudioPulseMinLength 100
# -- ALSA parameters --
# Audio device for ALSA output
#AudioALSADevice "default"
# -- OSS parameters --
# Audio device for OSS output
#AudioOSSDevice "/dev/dsp"
# -- NAS parameters --
# Route to the Network Audio System server when NAS
# is chosen for the audio output. Note that NAS
# server doesn't need to run on your machine,
# you can use it also over network (for instance
# when working on remote machines).
#AudioNASServer "tcp/localhost:5450"
# -----OUTPUT MODULES CONFIGURATION-----
# Each AddModule line loads an output module.
# Syntax: AddModule "name" "binary" "configuration" "logfile"
# - name is the name under which you can access this module
# - binary is the path to the binary executable of this module,
# either relative (to lib/speech-dispatcher-modules/) or absolute
# - configuration is the path to the config file of this module,
# either relative (to etc/speech-dispatcher/modules/) or absolute
#AddModule "espeak" "sd_espeak" "espeak.conf"
#AddModule "espeak-ng" "sd_espeak-ng" "espeak-ng.conf"
#AddModule "festival" "sd_festival" "festival.conf"
#AddModule "flite" "sd_flite" "flite.conf"
#AddModule "ivona" "sd_ivona" "ivona.conf"
#AddModule "pico" "sd_pico" "pico.conf"
#AddModule "espeak-generic" "sd_generic" "espeak-generic.conf"
#AddModule "espeak-mbrola-generic" "sd_generic" "espeak-mbrola-generic.conf"
#AddModule "swift-generic" "sd_generic" "swift-generic.conf"
#AddModule "epos-generic" "sd_generic" "epos-generic.conf"
#AddModule "dtk-generic" "sd_generic" "dtk-generic.conf"
#AddModule "pico-generic" "sd_generic" "pico-generic.conf"
#AddModule "ibmtts" "sd_ibmtts" "ibmtts.conf"
#AddModule "cicero" "sd_cicero" "cicero.conf"
# DO NOT REMOVE the following line unless you have
# a specific reason -- this is the fallback output module
# that is only used when no other modules are in use
#AddModule "dummy" "sd_dummy" ""
# The output module testing doesn't actually connect to anything. It
# outputs the requested commands to standard output and reads
# responses from stdandard input. This way, Speech Dispatcher's
# communication with output modules can be tested easily.
# AddModule "testing"
# The DefaultModule selects which output module is the default. You
# must use one of the names of the modules loaded with AddModule.
DefaultModule espeak
# The LanguageDefaultModule selects which output modules are prefered
# for specified languages.
#LanguageDefaultModule "en" "espeak"
#LanguageDefaultModule "cs" "festival"
#LanguageDefaultModule "es" "festival"
# -----CLIENT SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION-----
# Here you can include the files with client-specific configuration
# for different types of clients. They must contain one or more sections with
# this structure:
# BeginClient "emacs:*"
# DefaultPunctuationMode "some"
# ...and/or some other settings
# EndClient
# The parameter of BeginClient tells Speech Dispatcher which clients
# it should apply the settings to (it does glob-style matching, you can use
# * to match any number of characters and ? to match one character)
# There are some sample client settings
Include "clients/*.conf"
# The DisableAutoSpawn option will disable the autospawn mechanism.
# Thus the server will not start automatically on requests from the clients
# DisableAutoSpawn
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