Re: accessible remote and 64 bit support

Hi Cody,

Please see the Remote Access Bridge work ( which allows a Windows (or theoretically a Mac or other UNIX system) to connect to a remote, accessible UNIX system running Orca, piping the video back via vnc, and piping the audio and TTS back via remote access bridge techniques.

I've run this stuff, and can verify it works; or at least, it worked last March with the versions of GNOME and Orca at the time.


Peter Korn
Accessibility Architect,
Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Hi list,
I would like to know if there is any remote software for a Windows box that can connect to a ubuntu or any linux box for that matter that will allow me as a blind user control my linux box as I do with terminal services. A lot of software like radmin and vnc don't have sound support, only terminal services. Any help on this would be appreciated. I'd imagine that I could connect to a windows box via remote desktop terminal services with audio so why not the other way around? Also, my friend wants to know, since he is going to get an insane machine, wants to know if orca will support 64 bit processors. I told him yes but just want to confirm. Thanks. Cody

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