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By default, in Debian Wheezy, while not in graphical mode, will beep on terminal input errors, like pressing backspace when there aren't characters to erase, etc. By default, a Debian Wheezy system, when not in graphical mode, will beep on terminal input errors, like pressing backspace when there isn't any character to erase, etc.
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In this page, we will describe how to make disable those sounds In this page, we will describe how to disable those sounds.
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== Disable beeps == == Disabling the beeps ==
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The way that works for me in Debian wheezy is going to alsamixer, and mutting (mute pressing m key) the beep column. The way that works for me in Debian Wheezy is going to alsamixer and muting (pressing the m key) the beep column.
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It is very important you mute and not lower the volume because, thought at volume level 0, the beep is still active. It is very important to mute the volume and not simply lower it because the beep is still active, even with the volume set to 0.

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By default, a Debian Wheezy system, when not in graphical mode, will beep on terminal input errors, like pressing backspace when there isn't any character to erase, etc.

In this page, we will describe how to disable those sounds.

Disabling the beeps

The way that works for me in Debian Wheezy is going to alsamixer and muting (pressing the m key) the beep column.

It is very important to mute the volume and not simply lower it because the beep is still active, even with the volume set to 0.


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