I already posted a question on Super User about this, but I was wondering if maybe someone here knows.
I'm attempting to make a realtime voice changer to make me sound like a turian (from Mass Effect).
What I'd like to do, is take input from the mic, split it into two channels, lower the pitch...
What resolutions will the Pyra's inbuilt display support? Will I be able to change it away from 1280x720 using xrandr? I'd like to be able to temporarily change it to 1360x768 so I can use VNC from my desktop without having to pan.
I put a script to add a key to ssh-agent in my .bash_profile, and it's running before the login prompt comes up. This is bad because when I input the password it's displayed in the open. I want it to run after I login.
I'm running Devuan, if that matters. Is it not possible to run interactive...
Can Voice over LTE be implemented in software, or does the modem have to specifically support it?
I ask because I know the Pyra is meant to last a long time, and I imagine they'll eventually turn off the 3G network like they did with 2G.
Will it be possible to read the coordinates from the Pyra's GPS in a format like this?: "40.748,-73.985"
I want to be able to get the weather where I currently am using this: https://github.com/schachmat/wego
I was thinking of creating a cron job that would run a script every 5 or 10 minutes...
Apologies if I shouldn't be asking this, it was discussed in another thread but I thought it should have its own.
What root filesystem should the Pyra use by default? Ext4 isn't very nice for flash memory, is it? I was thinking F2FS, but I dunno how mature it is.
Will the Pyra support E911? I think in order to be sold in the US, it legally has to. But the penalties seem to apply to the phone network carriers, not the manufacturers, so I could be wrong. Devices not sold by the carrier might not have to.
Will bluetooth headsets work using HSP profile? Apparently they removed support for HSP from Bluez 5, I'm not sure why.
This link also talks a bit about the issue.