Randall R Schulz
Tue Jun 5 14:00:00 GMT 2001
If you "zoom out" a bit in the man page you're reading, you'll see that
you're reading about the functionality of the readline library linked with
That implies that this setting must be made in your "~/.inputrc" file. Note
also that this setting is effected with the "set" command, so the line you
need to add to your .inputrc file is this:
set bell-style none
Lastly, note that depending on your audio hardware, you might be able to
make a separate adjustment for the headphone port (i.e., assuming there's a
separate output channel for your headphones).
Mountain View, CA USA
At 13:43 2001-06-05, Julie Schenk wrote:
>I program with headphones and just about jump out of my skin everytime
>the "bell" on my computer rings when working in cygwin. I added the following
>to my /etc/profile file:
>as suggested in the bash man page but whenever I source /etc/profile
>I receive the following message:
>bash: bell-style: command not found
>Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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