by Sergey Potapov (aka Blake)
By some reason I have no audio centre at the moment and my mobile can not make me awake. So I decided to create this simple tool to wake me up. It is an alarm which uses a speaker to play music.
The alarm uses
beep tool(make sure you have installed it) and bash interpreter.
beep_alarm [TIME] [OPTION VALUE]
-r- repeat times, if '-1' - play ifinity, defaut is 10
-f- file with tune in Nokia format
-t- tempo, default is 120
-m- number of tune(melody)
-o- up or down keynote, takes number of semitones
- 0 - Kanlinka(russian song)
- 1 - Kino - Pachka Sigaret
- 2 - Kino - Blood Type
- 3 - Metallica - Unforgiven
- 4 - Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven
- 5 - Papa Roach - Last Resort
- 6 - Helloween - Power
Play at 8 a.m. 20 times
beep-alarm 08:00 -r 20
Play at 8 a.m. music from file
beep-alarm 08:00 -f $HOME/nokia_music/kalinka.txt
Play right now with tempo=150 "Kino - Pachka Sigaret"
beep-alarm -t 150 -m 1
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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