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Oct 13, 2010

I have installed Fedora 11 recently on a new system. Sphinx speech recognition was working fine on my old system. When i run the same project on my new system, the system does not respond as it is waiting for microphone voice input.

Then I checked the microphone and have set it properly and its working now. The details how i made my microphone working is at the following link: [url]

Though, I can record and play any sound, but it is not working with sphinx project.

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Feb 12, 2011

I've spend the morning poking through forums and attempting every fix suggested and still no luck on this one:At first i didn't have any sound. But now I do (and I'm not sure which solution fixed the problem). But I still don't have a Sound icon in my menu bar and when I attempt to access my Sound Preferences I receive the message: "Waiting for sound system to respond" which display indefinitely.

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I have installed Fedora 11 recently on a new system. Sphinx speech recognition was working fine on my old system. When i run the same project on my new system, the system does not respond as it is waiting for microphone voice input.Then I checked the microphone and have set it properly and its working now. The details how i made my microphone working is at the following link:



Originally Posted by danfe
[root@amit ~]# uname -r
[root@amit ~]# lspci | grep Audio


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