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easy_eliza - wrapper around tempest_for_eliza
easy_eliza music file
This program wraps tempest_for_eliza, which displays patterns on a computer monitor that
can produce musical tones on AM radios tuned to the proper frequency.
Rather than requiring you to manually getting the parameters of your monitor, easy_eliza
detects them at runtime.
The program accepts no additional options.
$ easy_eliza /usr/share/doc/tempest-for-eliza/songs/forelise
Start TFE with the forelise song.
The original idea for tempest_for_eliza was taken from Pekka Riikonen, who wrote the
original tempest-AM-0.9 application. tempest_for_eliza was written by Erik Thiele.
easy_eliza was written by Luke Faraone [email protected] to make tempest_for_eliza
"dead-simple" to use.
This manual page was written by Luke Faraone [email protected] for the Debian GNU/Linux
system, but its use elsewhere is encouraged.
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