Linux语音工具,The Jovie text-to-speech system is a plugin based service that allows any KDE (or non-KDE) application to speak using the D-Bus interface. This software aims to become the standard subsystem for all KDE applications to provide speech output.
Jovie uses the speech-dispatcher daemon for the actual speech job; kmouth is a useful front-end for it.
Speak any text from the KDE clipboard
Speak any plain text file
Speak all or any portion of a text file from Kate, including instances where Kate isembedded in another KDE application
Speak all or any portion of an HTML page from Konqueror
Use as the speech backend for KMouth and KSayIt
Speak KDE notifications (KNotify)
User-configurable filters for substituting misspoken words, choosing speech synthesizers, and transforming XHMTL/XML documents
Priority system for screen reader outputs, warnings and messages, while still playing regular texts
Permit generation of speech from the command line (or via shell scripts) using the qdbus utility
Provide a lightweight and easily usableinterface for applications to generate speech output
Applications need not be concerned about contention over the speech device
Asynchronous to prevent system blocking
install Jovie (formerly called kttsdmgr)
1.Open a command prompt by going to the "Applications" menu: Applicaitons > Accessories > Terminal.
2.Type: "sudo apt-get install jovie speech-dispatcher-festival flite" (without quotes).