Enabling key clicks

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Jul 25 20:40:43 BST 2011

On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 21:16, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan at cox.net> wrote:
> I'm not /sure/ about this, but I /think/ that feature may use the
> traditionally on-board PC-speaker/piezo/buzzer, now legacy and often
> omitted especially since most mobos come with full onboard sound these
> days, not the regular sound system.
> Some add-on sound-cards have a two-pin input plug that can be connected
> to the onboard pc-speaker output, in place of or in addition to it, and
> then a separate volume control for the pc-speaker input.
> There's also the pc-speaker kernel driver.  If your kernel doesn't have
> that module loaded or built-in, it probably won't work even if you have
> the hardware.

Thanks, Duncan. The PC speaker has already been treated with a pair of
cutters. So I guess that is the end of that!

I just trying to learn to type on a new Cherry mechanical keyboard, I
could probably whip something up in bash to practice keystrokes on.
I'll make a short beep.wav in audacity and play it with mplayer if the
latency is low enough.


Dotan Cohen

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