There are oddly few posts here from folks who have successfully managed to get Alexa's voice coming from from their Raspberry Pi's
I've gotten all the parts together, hmmm, well the USB speaker/mic adapter isn't as advertised and I need to change that out, mebbe for the 'old webcam' approach.
First, there's the Wheezy/Jessie issue; then there's the Pi3B when the Amazon info was written for the Pi2B.
People have mentioned them, but not really what they did about them. Also, is it worth the effort?
I have one question for now, and would like any advice for any stage of it as well...
The instructions take me into lots of unknown territories, from ssh to modifying VLC to well, I can spend 20 minutes just thinking up a good password, so-
What are good stopping points in those Amazon instructions?
(I don't really have a whole day available anytime soon- just 2-3 hours at a stretch.)
The first one is obviously after installing Raspian & upgrading it. Later it gets less obvious where you could shut down the Pi til tomorrow, or boning up on some aspect you thought you understood...