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dspspy

dspspy is a sound recording utility for spyíng. dspspy waits until a sound is detected and then it records it to a unique file. dspspy records sounds from the microphone to raw sound files. This can be used as a surveillance system.

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  •  29 Oct 2008 06:48

    Release Notes: The code was updated to work with newer g++ compilers. The sound card device file ("/dev/dsp") is now specified in the header file so that it may be changed easily.

    •  12 Jun 2000 10:58

      Release Notes: More code cleanup. A lot of code has been rewritten using the ncurses library. A pause feature using SPACE has been added.

      •  08 Jun 2000 04:03

        Release Notes: A new utility for calibrating the mic threshold.

        •  07 Jun 2000 19:10

          Release Notes: Code cleanups and some error handling.

          •  04 Jun 2000 04:40

            Release Notes: Initial release.

            Recent comments

            29 Oct 2008 13:24 derive

            Re: Does not work...
            1.1.3.1 is modified to work again with modern compilers;

            15 May 2002 00:11 altawolf

            Does not work...
            I wish this did work, because it's a bloody marvelous idea. Unfortunately, when asked, the author didn't seem concerned about it at all. Maybe somebody else could rewrite it? Thanks...

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