Florian, Here are roughly the steps I take to run emacs on a remote machine with a local speech server: 1. ssh into remote machine. 2. Ensure you can ssh back into your local machine via ssh without authentication (via installed ssh-agent rsa key pairs or some other method). 3. start emacs/emacspeak on remote machine with one of the ss-* servers selected (i.e. DTK_PROGRAM=ssh-outloud). In essence, the ssh-* scripts simply starts a local instance of the * speech server; you will likely have to understand/read the actual script to ensure the proper hostname, username, etc are being set and where the script is trying to gather that information from. As I mentioned earlier, I have a somewhat hacked up configuration for a linux box so I simply manually start a local instance of the speech server from my remote linux machine's .emacs. I also prompt for a password each time I start emacs on that remote machine since I don't want to allow for unauthenticated ssh sessions to my local machine. I can share that snippet of elisp and ssh-mac if you're interested though I believe you're attempting the converse (local linux,remote mac). On 2/12/12, Florian-achtige <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi, > > Please do provide some more pointers. I am mediocre at linux and > almost complete newbie at all things emacs. I think I sort of grasp > what the end result is supposed to be, but I have no idea how to reach > it. > Also, I am currently not running the latest emacspeak from the repo > because of the pySox module giving me problems when testing the mac > speech server. Is this a prerequisite? > > Florian > > 2012/2/12, David Tseng <email@example.com>: >> Ok; I've got a patch on the way. >> >> Florian, I took your use case as remoting _from_ linux _to_ mac; let >> us know how that goes and if you need further pointers. >> >> - David >> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the emacspeak list send mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with a subject of "unsubscribe" or "help".
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