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Re: potential fix for cygwin's "no system bell" problem
On Tue, Jan 03, 2006 at 02:39:51PM -0800, Shankar Unni wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>So I just installed snapshot 20060103. I'm running WinXP SP2.
>Before I installed the snapshot, I didn't have that
>...\Apps\.Default\.Default key at all, and the beep apparently still
>worked for CMD. Now, I have this key, and the (Default) entry is set to
>CMD.EXE still issues an actual beep (PC-beeper-beep) when I type
> echo ^G (literal control g)
>(This is using CMD's built-in echo).
>bash and tcsh now emit a "ding" instead, for the same command (using
>(I guess I'm wondering if this is to be the expected behavior from now
>on; is there any way now to get bash and tcsh to emit a real beep?)
This is the way it was has been intended to work for almost two years:
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