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On Mon, 3 Jun 2002, Chris Albertson wrote:
> 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".
Under bash, I use "echo ^G" (where ^G is typed by pressing Ctrl-V then
Ctrl-G. This sequence works also in vi, but emacs it's Ctrl-Q Ctrl-G).
eject sometimes does an implicit umount, but I tend to do the umount
myself before eject for completeness.
> >From a program simply write the bell character to standard out.
> --- Dirk Terrell <email@example.com> 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
> > card
> > >2) Make the CDROM open it's door after I unmount it.
> > Not sure about beeps, but "eject" will spit out the CD.
> > Dirk
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