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SubjectRe: [PATCH] vc bell config

On Oct 11 2007 18:11, Pavel Machek wrote:
>> It is already possible to deactivate the vc bell on a per-tty basis,
>> by using echo -en "\e[11;0]", but this is reset on reset(1).
>> This adds a sysfs parameter to globally control the vc bell, as well
>> as sysfs parameters for default pitch and duration.
>> Signed-off-by: Jan Engelhardt <>
>There are more parameters that should be set during reset... like
>cursor size and color, palette, .... What about /sys/.../string_to_interpret
>_on_reset ?

On reset(1), cursor size, palette, and bell parameters _do_ get reset
to the defaults. Some defaults may already be changed by the user,
like palette or default_utf8.

Bell configuration is currently not one of them so, should a program
decide to reset the tty, or should it happen that your output is
garbled (forcing you to do reset), some settings change back to
"unwanted defaults".
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