Many LumenVox settings are controlled by several configuration files. Most of these contain functionality that is also exposed by our API, but using the configuration files is a helpful way to alter settings without altering application code.
On Linux, these files are placed in /etc/lumenvox/ by default. On Windows, they are in C:\Program Files\LumenVox\ and then under the directory that corresponds to the application (on Windows both speech client and server are in the Engine directory).
Each application has its own configuration file, and the Speech Engine has both a client configuration (this affects applications using the LVSpeechPort C or C++ interface) and a server configuration (this affects the actual Speech Engine process that performs decodes).
On Linux, there is a master configuration file called lumenvox_settings.conf that controls a number of general settings, including the name and location of each individual configuration file. This lumenvox_settings.conf file must be placed in /etc/lumenvox/ for any of the applications to start properly.
For information about each file and its settings, see the page for the appropriate file: