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Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Dec 15 20:08:40 UTC 2017
I am familiar with accessing SSH because I have used Putty, Secure CRT,
before finally settling on Open SSH with Scoop, which means you only
need to launch Windows Power Shell, type ssh user at hostname, and press
enter. This is how I have been managing my web site all this time. And
by the way, I still haven't been able to fix the two problems I am
dealing with since first joining the list despite many steps to attempt
troubleshooting had failed.
On 12/15/2017 11:56 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> On December 15, 2017, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Then tell me, how was this person able to build their speech
>> synthesiser on a Linode VPS?
> Tim here. Based on my reading of that, they're just using the Linux
> machine to build the requisite voice files, not actually playing them
> on the machine.
> However, it's also possible to configure a remote machine to play
> audio locally (a virtual sound-card that pipes the audio over the
> network), though it doesn't sound like what Philip is doing there.
> The latency might be tolerable over a LAN but over the internet, it
> would really stink.
> Finally, many folks use a local screen-reader and then access their
> remote server via SSH.
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