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Cepstral on CentOS 5.5 no sound

Posted on 2010-08-15
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I have an open support ticket with Cepstral but they have been no help. Running this command

swift -n Callie-8kHz "hello wordasdfasdfasdfasdf" -o myaudiofile.wav - myaudiofile.wav only contains RIFF$WAVEfmt @?>data, and the audio data is never written to the output file. I have remove and reinstalled the Cepstral, and installed other voices all providing the same problem.

I have re-installed all the packages using "cat filelist.txt | xargs yum reinstall -y"


I have attached the Cepstral support conversation, and a list of installed packages.


I am looking for any help or direction, im trying not to wipe this box because its at a colocation facility.
Cepstral---Helpdesk.pdf
installed.txt
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Hi Stephen,

Since this problem is complicate and you paid for the license of this software then technical might help you to find out the solution to fix your problem and they just reply back to you on August 11, 2010  then I think just wait a little bit for them to find it out.

In your attachment has some sensitive information and I suggest you to remove it.
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thanks. i have changed the password that is old. And i have since resolved the problem.


for some reason localhost was not in the host file and that was the problem.
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