>I'd start poking around the 'lmsensors' project. see here, for
Ok will try to kill my MB as that article suggest :-P
>No, you'ld want to be able to turn it off (the software would write
>values over the i2c bus to make the speaker turn on/off.).
Yea turning of the buzzle is easy, but how and when should I start it?
From: Jim Thompson [mailto:jim at netgate dot com]
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 11:10 PM
To: Alex M
Cc: Mono Dev List
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall-dev] WRAP hardware for people working on 6.1 port
On Aug 28, 2006, at 5:03 PM, Alex M wrote:
>> "Your desktop should have an i2c port in it somewhere already. its
>> used to read the ram timing of the dimms "
> Ok, definetly never seen a conector for I2C on my motherboard, if
> there is
> no connector how can I find it? How can I find info about IRQ its
I'd start poking around the 'lmsensors' project. see here, for
>> Same thing as the array of LEDs. You make the pitch of the tone go
>> up (or the duration of the break between tones go down)
>> as the RSSI goes up.
>> That way you can hear it without opening the case. :-)
> Sure, do you want buzzele to produce the noise all the time? If not
> should be a button to activate it to check the signal, but then if
> I have
> opening for the button I can add LEDs... I see your point but its
> not yet
> convincing me especially because I have to put extra frequency
> generator and
> or more expansive controller $1.5 increase I cost for extra part is
> $1500 for my lot :-(
No, you'ld want to be able to turn it off (the software would write
values over the i2c bus to make the speaker turn on/off.).
You'ld also want to be able to use the same PZ speaker for more than
one radio, but again, this is just software.