It should be possible to disable the PC speaker's beep
mgolden at mitchgolden.com
Fri Mar 16 02:11:19 UTC 2007
You can simply do
xset b off
Actually, it would be lovely if kmix and the other volume control widgets
turned it off automatically when you muted the sound.
On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, Yann Simon wrote:
>> From https://launchpad.net/bugs/91917:
> The PC speaker's beep is very annoying.
> When I disable it with gnome-sound-properties, I still hear it when I
> shutdown or suspend my laptop.
> The only solution is to blacklist pcspkr.
> Using the command line is not a perfect solution, so I suggest:
> - either it should be a way to do it without using the command line;
> I think that gnome-sound-properties cannot do it, as it is launched
> user's permissions.
> So we need another tool (over-engineering...)
> - other this module could be disabled by default;
> - other this module could be disabled during startup, shutdown,
> seb128 advised me to discuss this topic on this mailing list.
> So here it is.... :)
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