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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 2.5.59 morse code panics
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> > > Especially since a number of Linux developers have ham radio
> > > experience.
> >
> > Well most linux users don't. I'm sure its really easy to find a morse
> > code chart in many hundreds of places online. But 2 scripts - one
> > that turns keyboard input or mic input into dots and dashes (so you
> > can enter it yourself or put the phone up to the system's microphone)
> > would help. Then all you'd need is a morse->ascii converter.
> >
> > So who's got a good morse->ascii program? And who has the
> > dot-dash->.-.-.- translator? And the audio->.-.-.- translator?

We already discussed the idea of a userspace program to decode the
morse:

http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=linux-kernel&m=104401177724846&w=2

> emacs (I'm not a user, though) has something like M-x-morse that will
> convert back and forth.

Yes, M-x morse-region.

John.
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