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SubjectRe: PC-speaker control
Try this on the console:

setterm -blength 0

no assembly required. :)

robert


On Mon, Jan 01, 2001 at 06:30:37PM -0200, Rafael Diniz wrote:
> Hey, Is there a way to control the PC-speaker with the Linux kernel 2.2?
> I want to disable it.
> I guy told me that with this assembly code I can disable it:
> in al , 97
> and al,253
> out 97,al
> Linux 2.4 will have any syscall to do this?
>
> Thanks
> Rafael Diniz
> Brazil
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