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Old 05-29-2012, 06:22 AM   #1
kimleejyun
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VAL: tried to access car in 317 typed val


does anybody know what this error is?

I cross-compiled the flite-release 1.4 for openwrt

and when I try more than few words to try to make sound

it creates this error.

well.. it is sort of strange, 'cause approximately two~three

words it work fine. i gives out what i want. the sound.

but more than the two or three words it gives out those error..

what could that be?
 
  


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