22505Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: Beep unmutable
- Jan 2, 2004On Fri, 2004-01-02 at 10:48, turkeynip wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, IbericoVespucioxset b off
> <ibericovespucio@y...> wrote:
> > turkeynip escribía: [[linux-dell-laptops] Re: Beep unmutable], el 30
> de December de 2003 a las 06:13:37 (-0000)
> > > Something else you may want to do, if you're complaining about the
> > > beep before starting X (I know that annoys the heck out of me) is put
> > > the following line in your /etc/rc.d/rc.local file:
> > >
> > > setterm -blength 0
> > > echo "Setting default console beep to OFF"
> > Great!
> > > The only thing is that this needs to be run for each ttylx, so if
> > > you're in ttyl0 then it'll work, but if you Ctrl-alt-F2 then you'll
> > > have the beep again unless your run rc.local again.
> > Well. I have put it in /etc/profile so it is read at each login
> > and it works for every terminal.
> > It does not work for Xterm :-( but, anyway the beep is not so
> > annoying in X as in consoles.
> > Thanks a lot,
> > Ángel.
> > --
> > ibericovespucio
> > @...
> > Es detestable esa avaricia espiritual que tienen los que sabiendo
> > algo, no procuran la transmisión de esos conocimientos.
> > -- Miguel de Unamuno. (1864-1936)
> If you look in your settings for your sound (at least that's where it
> is in Gnome) you can turn off the beep (system beep). I'm not sure how
> to do it in other X environments, but I'm sure it'd be similar.
> Thanks for the idea about /etc/profile. I'll have to do that.
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