Did this in Ubuntu 9.10
With Synaptic install Espeak and mbrola packages.
Now go to this site and download your favourite voice:
I downloaded a Dutch voice
Copied the big language file in the root of that folder usr/share/mbrola (in a subfolder it won't be found).
Now can we give espeak teh command to read it.
Open the terminal in a folder where you have a txt file to be spoken:
espeak -v mb-nl2 -f test.txt | mbrola -e /usr/share/mbrola/nl2 - - | aplay -r16000 -fS16
To make a wav file of it:
espeak -v mb-nl2 -f test.txt | mbrola -e /usr/share/mbrola/nl2 - test.wav
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