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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 2.5.59 morse code panics
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> > > As this patch further builds upon the previous one,
> > > It'd take a complete change of mind on his part to take
> > > this as it is.
> >
> > If its attached to atkbd then its not a PCism and its now
> > nicely modularised in the atkbd driver. Providing we have
> > a clear split between the core "morse sender" and the
> > platform specific morse output device (do we want
> > morse_ops 8)) it should be clean and you can write morse
> > drivers for pc speaker, for non pc keyboard and even for
> > soundblaster 8)

Actually the Soundblaster idea might not be so funny as it originally
sounds, (pun intended :-) ), because if you've got another machine
nearby, with a microphone, you could actually turn up the volume, and
de-code the morse on the other box. The PC speaker may well be too
quiet to do that. It should be fairly straightforward to get a simple
bleep out of any card that implements the Adlib registers.

John.
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