goldstar1 wrote:Like dragon naturally speaking, is there a similar program in linux?
Speak into a microphone and the outcome is text on a word processor...
For a word processor, OpenOfficehttp://linux.wareseeker.com/Text-Proces ... zip/337154http://live.gnome.org/Orca/GnomeSpeechhttp://markmail.org/message/vmuprci4dq46iz4thttps://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu ... eplacement
Dragon, naturally speaking is of course the popular commercial application, and is well respected, however if you don't need to say your applications, a simple text to speech translation might be enough, as in read my email or web pages to me, so you can relax and not have to keep reading
--and it might be faster than typing..
In terminal, check
apt search speech
p gnome-speech-dectalk - GNOME text-to-speech library (Fonix DECtal
p gnome-speech-swift - GNOME text-to-speech library (Cepstral swi
i libgnome-speech7 - GNOME text-to-speech library
p libspeechd-dev - Speech Dispatcher: Development libraries a
p libspeechd2 - Speech Dispatcher: Shared libraries