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Yvonne Thomson writes:
>the problem is this. Freetts is a remote speech server. Emacspeak seems
>to insist that I have a *local* speech server successfully running
>before I can use a remote speech server. Obviously, none of the other
>speech servers work without errors on this machine, or I wouldn't be
>trying this.
I had to fudge something like this to get emacspeak working remotely
at all.  This is for earlier versions of emacspeak and the remote
servers via a listening port.  I'm pretty sure this wouldn't work now
but the fixes might still help your problem. 

First I wrote a trivial dummy-tcl script 

 cat >/dev/null
then set the relevant environment variable to point to it.

One still needs the right things to come out of emacspeak hence, in my case

and adding a couple of things to my .emacs 
(emacspeak-remote-connect-to-server (getenv "REMOTEHOST") 2222)
(defun reestablish-connection () (interactive) (emacspeak-remote-connect-to-server  (getenv "REMOTEHOST") 2222))
(define-key global-map "\C-ed\C-r"'reestablish-connection)

I would expect something > like this to still work but bet some
details have changed as the remote server approaches have changed.  
I'll be interested to see what you get working since I've been curious
about getting emacspeak working on my wife's mac as well.

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