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Turn Off Sound In Termimal (BASH)

Tags:  Linux   CommandLine   Mac   Bash   
Created on Mon, 30 Jan 2012.
Last Modified on Fri, 20 Apr 2012.

Motivation Behind This Cheatsheet

Annoyed with sound in bash~

The Cheatsheet

cd ~

or

cd /home/my_user_name/

now use your favorite text editor to create a new .inputrc

is used

vi .inputrc


then in that file, put:

set bell-style none

save, close/logout and start a new bash session

Further Discussion

This turns off all your sound in bash, which my sometimes be helpfull. If you want to turn off your sound for for a specific applicaiton like vim or vi, you would have to set it in their configurations.



PLEASE let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or if you have any suggestions or requests~

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