OpenBSD : Need the beep(1) command.
Hi, I need the beep(1) command on OpenBSD. It is really in use with my programs that I code and also, for playing music. I can't find it in http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.1/packages/amd64/
and google. Now, I need to ask here...
What's the simplest way to install beep and hopefully it works?
Looked at the builtin options?
#man 4 speaker
# /usr/bin/printf "\a"
# man -k midi
aucat, sndiod (1) - audio/MIDI server and stream manipulation tool
midi (4) - raw device independent interface to MIDI ports
midiplay (1) - play MIDI files
mio_open, mio_close, mio_read, mio_write, mio_nfds, mio_pollfd, mio_revents, mio_eof (3) - interface to MIDI streams
mpu (4) - Roland/Yamaha MPU401 MIDI UART device
sequencer (4) - OSS-compatible MIDI sequencer device
sndio (7) - interface to audio and MIDI
umidi (4) - USB MIDI devices
# man -k beep
beep, flash (3) - curses bell and screen flash routines
beeper (4/sparc64) - console annunciator
yeah tried that, but, I would need the exact "beep" command. And, It won't be in C. I would need to use that in sh.
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