I had recently to do this. You see, you need a screwdriver.
There's also a setting for the shell I think, but this works. Just pull out the damn ting at the
motherboard connection. If it's a dual boot machine, you'll find this works
for the other OS too!
Chris Higgins recently quoth:
tcsh - set nobell
On Thu, 06 Sep 2001, ocorrain at esatclear.ie wrote:
> Hey all...
>> does anybody know a quick way of turning off the bell? My cvs copy of
> mozilla seems to be attempting to communicate with me in morse code,
> and I want to shut it up.
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