Kaldi Speech Recognition Install on Ubuntu

I’m working on a little Raspberry Pi project and I hope to add some simple verbal commands to it.  I’m currently playing around with some Open Source Speech/Voice Recognition tools (Also known as Speech To Text or SST).  My goal is to adapt the VoxForge to the voices of my family. First I tried Pocketsphinx… Continue reading Kaldi Speech Recognition Install on Ubuntu

Windows Batch Variables

List of Windows Environment Variable Commonly used variables used in Windows Batch Scripts, etc… Variable Description Example Value %ALLUSERSPROFILE% Path to the All Users Profile C:\Documents and Settings\All Users %APPDATA% Path to location of default applications data store C:\Documents and Settings\JDoe\Application Data %CD% Path to the current directory c:\windows\system32 %CMDCMDLINE% Path to the command line… Continue reading Windows Batch Variables

Fedora Core Sudo

Fixing Sudo in Fedora Core Here’s how to get SUDO working in Fedora Core Linux   Senerio/Problem So you just installed a fresh copy of Fedora Core Linux.  Everyone knows you aren’t supposed to use root (Don’t they?).  During the installation you created a new user named superman.  You finish the install, and logon as… Continue reading Fedora Core Sudo

i386 i486 i586 i686

i386 i486 i586 i686 x86-64 IA-64 CPU, Processor, Architecture, i386, i486, i586, i686, x86-64, IA-64 Do I have an i386, i486, i586, or i686 processor?  Is my CPU 32-Bit or 64-Bit? I have been asked these types of questions many times, especially when it comes to Linux because some rpm and deb packages are optimized… Continue reading i386 i486 i586 i686

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Windows Keyboard Shortcuts

List of Windows keyboard shortcuts Improve your computer skills. These keyboard shortcuts can speed up your everyday computing. Don’t let your mouse slow you down! Windows Keyboard Shortcuts EVERYONE Should Know! CTRL+C (Copy) CTRL+X (Cut) CTRL+V (Paste) CTRL+Z (Undo) CTRL+A (Select All) Windows Keyboard Shortcuts Every Professional Should Know! ALT+TAB (Switch Between Open Windows) ALT+F4… Continue reading Windows Keyboard Shortcuts