[AG-TECH] Triggering red light bulb with VIC - seriously!!!

Grzesiek Sedek grzesiek at mi2.hr
Tue Jun 24 17:56:21 CDT 2003

Probably the easiest would be to synchronise tcpdump with vic - once you
see outgoing udp packets on the right port and destination you are "on"
Other way to dig a source and add little piece that would write temp
file when "on"

On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 16:40, Douglas Baggett wrote:
> So,
> We were brainstorming about why people think they can "Chat" in the the 
> background while other people are talking during a grid session and my 
> boss was wondering if there was a way to trigger a Red light bulb (like 
> in the old Radio studio days) when the vic transmit check box is 
> selected to indicate we were "on air"
> I was thinking that If there was a way to detect it, it would be fairly 
> easy to write some perl to trigger something home-made through the 
> serial port (at least on linux).
> Can anybody think of a way to detect "transmit" in ovic or uclvic?
> thanks!
> Doug B
Grzesiek Sedek <grzesiek at mi2.hr>

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