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On Wed, 2011-03-30 at 21:59 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote: 

On 03/30/2011 01:24 PM, toki wrote:
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On 25/03/2011 18:22, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:

Do anyone know of any free Speech to text packages that work with
  LibreOffice, and used Ubuntu?

I'd suggest Vinux, rather than vanilla Ubuntu.

I have dealt with Ubuntu for almost 2 years now, 14 months using it as 
my default computer.
I never heard of Vinux.

What I need is a good Speech to text for some Linux OS since the lady 
that need it cannot afford to buy a faster used computer and buy a 
Windows OS that is newer than the Win2000 she has on her PIII computer.  
I spent my money on the fastest Quad desktop I could afford and did not 
spend a penny on Windows.
There are a plethora of patents hindering development of a reliable
FLOSS speech to text package. The non-FLOSS players in that field
usually have enough patents that cross-licensing deals can be easily
worked out.

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I looked up Vinux on Distrowatch, it is Debian/Ubuntu derivative for the
visually impaired. I have not tested them yet.

Their website is . Hope this helps your friend.
Jay Lozier

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