Found a MisterHouse Ubuntu installation information page that has possibly useful information for the base modules needed for it; although it may only be for those modules that do not come embedded with the exisitng distribution. I think it specifies the perl package because the perl-base pkg is a minimal perl install and may not support the necessary modules? Will need to investigate that, as it may influence if perl is listed as a Depends in the Debian package I'll be working on.
I'm going to test MisterHouse anyway; so I'll try installing (on a Debian system rather than a Ubuntu system) whichever packages that are not already installed from the list on that page that I think are actually relevant to get it running and then do some testing.
- perl, perl-doc, perl-modules: already have those installed.
- build-essential: already installed
- festival: Using flite instead of festival, installed.
- rcconf: I usually just use update-rc.d on a Debian system...
- Neither libdb3 nor libdb3-dev packages are available in Debian wheezy. The author of the howto was using Ubuntu 12.04. Not sure yet what they might be needed for.
- Perl modules:
- to be installed: libdb-file-lock-perl
- to be installed: libberkeleydb-perl
- Installed: libterm-readkey-perl
- 'Provided by perl': libtime-hires-perl
- to be installed: libaudio-mixer-perl
- to be installed: libtext-levenshteinxs-perl
- Already installed: libdbi-perl