On Wed, 2011-03-30 at 21:59 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
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
If Bing copied Google, there wouldn't be anything new worth requesting.
If Bing did not copy Google, there wouldn't be anything relevant worth
DaveJakeman 20110207 Groklaw.
I looked up Vinux on Distrowatch, it is Debian/Ubuntu derivative for the
visually impaired. I have not tested them yet.
Their website is http://vinuxproject.org/ . Hope this helps your friend.
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