Very important -but very un-programmer-ish - is to read the
documentation at the top of the script. It's explained there
how to make it run.
The whole script can't do a thing if it can't open those
files. And my daughter is the user, not the administrator.
I'm the one who makes it work (to be quite correct: this
morning I was responsible for the whole damn thing to crash
so she had to go to school without her pVoice :( Literally
a crying shame ), she's the one to use it.
But -even more important- this is only version 0.01...things
will be better in the future...tonight will be an evening
full of pStory (see my homenode
night will probably be a night full of pVoice...
Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'
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