From: Chris Higgins (chris.higgins at domain horizon.ie)
Date: Thu 09 Aug 2001 - 15:55:41 IST
> On Thu, 09 Aug 2001, Chris Higgins wrote:
> > tcsh - set nobell
> > set visiblebell
> Cool. how about bash though?
Controls what happens when Readline wants to ring the
terminal bell. If set to `none', Readline never rings the
bell. If set to `visible', Readline uses a visible bell if
one is available. If set to `audible' (the default),
Readline attempts to ring the terminal's bell.
Now I have to admit that I did read the manual... and in bash
bind -V will show you what's set...
> Also this silences me using /usr/bin/X11/xkbbell does it?
Not in my distro... but
xset b on/off
works for me...
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