Revision of Howto make Ubuntu to read feeds for you from Sun, 09/30/2007 - 18:01

<!--adsense-->Akregator is a KDE application for reading online news feeds. Install Akregator using the following command,

sudo apt-get install akregator

kttsd (KDE Text-to-Speech Deamon) is a non-gui application that runs in the background, providing TTS support to KDE applications. To install this use the following command,

sudo apt-get install kttsd

Festival is a general multi-lingual speech syntheses system and it offers a full text to speech system with various APIs, as well an environment for development and research of speech synthesis techniques. To install this use the following command,

sudo apt-get install festival

Run kttsd using by executing the following command,

kttsd

Go to Application –> Internet –> Akregator

After getting the Akregator,

Go to Settings –> Toolbars and select Speech Toolbar(Akregator).

Now you can see a parrot icon in the toolbar.

Yeah, now select the articles whatever you want to read and click the “parrot” icon in the toolbar. Hope it starts reading feeds for you.

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