# To subscribers of the xforms list from Rob Fletcher <email@example.com> :
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, James D. Stegeman wrote:
> Zaphod Breblebrox,
> Or should I say, Mr. President? :)
> To overcome your cygwin-x-server dillema, we have a Unix box (you could use
> with xforms' library installed and have installed Exceed on the Windows
> machines to
> interact with X. The user simply opens a connection to the host and your app
> appears in
> the window.
> > when trying to install an x-server. And mind you /dev/dsp is not supported,
> > so I had to come up with
> > a work around to be able to play the output of the vocoder.
> > 2) Any more?
Using the app remotely via Exceed does not help this type of application
where audio is being required to be played on the client machine!
I was developing software on a machine at MIT via a remote X session here
in the UK. It also played out audio (a speech synthesis system), but of
course, the machine at MIT did the talking!
Pass me another pangalacticgargleblaster.
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