speaks the current date through your sound card
Says the current date and uptime through your sound card.
Requires you have a sound output device available.
Also includes au2raw, a sox wrapper which converts a .au
file to a .raw file.
To install saydate just do the following three steps:
1.) Unpack the archive by typing 'tar xzvf saydate*'
2.) Type 'cd saydate*' to change into the saydate directory.
Check the Makefile in the saydate directory for the correct
paths to your manpage-directory (either /usr/man/man1, or
/usr/share/man/man1) and doc-directory (either /usr/doc or
/usr/share/doc), and uncomment the c
saydate for Debian
I modified the original Makefile for debianization.
Since the original manpages were not gzipped with
maximum compression, the resulting lintian error made
it necessary to modify the original source-package by
unpacking the tarball, recompressing the manpages, and
again making a tarball saydate-0.3.0.tar.gz. I also
adjusted the name of the unpacked progra
AU2RAW(1) Debian GNU/Linux AU2RAW(1)
au2raw - converts au to raw
This manual page documents briefly the au2raw command.
au2raw is a Linux shell script that converts sound files from
au to raw format with sox. It is made for use of own voice
recordings in saydate.
SAYDATE(1) Debian GNU/Linux SAYDATE(1)
saydate 0.3.0 -
saydate (0.3.0-10.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Add dependencyies on libs
- 0.3.0 Augist 1, 2000
- Addition of uptime output
- modify DESIGN to describe recording method be
- incorporate saytime code into saydate.
- check for invalid arguments then do same as --help
This package was debianized by Dr. Guenter Bechly <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 22 Oct 2000 15:22:19
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