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Print the ASCII "bell" charater to standard out. This will
work even over a telnet session as the sound will be generated
by the local terminal.
Many newer terminal emulators allow you to control the volume
of the emulated bell or turn it off. So look in whatever you
From the command line you can type "printf '\a'"
or possibly (depending on which shell you use) "echo \a".
From a program simply write the bell character to standard out.
--- Dirk Terrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Jun 2002 15:32:55 -0500, Tom Droege wrote:
> >1) Make the speaker beep. I want the lowest level beep - no sound
> >2) Make the CDROM open it's door after I unmount it.
> Not sure about beeps, but "eject" will spit out the CD.
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