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Treczoks
Posted on: Nov 29 2012, 08:54 AM


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Hi, all,

I've got an algorithm that produces audio data as output (48kHz, signed 16 bit, 1 channel). As I'm absolutely clue-free about audio programming on linux, so, at the moment, I just write the data out to a WAV file and listen to/analyse it later. But it would be preferable to be able to listen to the data in realtime, so I might tune some parameters while the program is running.

Where can I find a primer/introduction on audio programming on Linux? Preferred language is C.

Yours, Christian
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Treczoks
Posted on: Nov 5 2012, 04:09 AM


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Hi, all!

I've set up my new server at home, and I thought of a feature that should be easy to implement with a simple bash or perl script. BUT: I have not yet found where to hook that script into the system.

What I want to do is to run a script every time a mail is received on a certain account. I would check the emails source (it would only act on locally (as in local network) sent mail), scan the mails body for an URL and act on it.

The final application is that I can use the "Send link" feature of the browser to send a youtube URL to the media server account, which should extract the URL, download the video with youtube-dl, put the file on the media server, and send a confirmation mail back to me stating that it is done (or reporting errors).

Digging the net I found myriad of things about sending mails from scripts, but so far nothing that would allow to send mail TO a script. I am fully aware of the security implications of running a script on receiving a mail loacally, and I'm confident that I can handle this (there is no mail-in from outside the net on the server).

Pointers, anybody?

Yours, Christian
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