What parameters would you have to pass, in order to disable the PuTTY bell via the command line?
In PuTTY Configuration (start PuTTY without any options or sesions), you have a session called Default Settings. Just change the setting under
Terminal -> Bell to
Visual Bell (flash window) and then go back to the Session part of PuTTY Configuration and save this as the new Default Settings.
After doing this, all future sessions will have this disabled by default.
I don't think you can do exactly what you ask. I would disable the bell in PuTTY's settings menu and save as a session. Then you can set PuTTY's command line options to
You can also create a custom termcap/terminfo entry which has
There's no command you can run at the host that would instruct PuTTY to ignore ^G (bell).
-imaxbel, but that most likely does not do what you want.
Yes, you can do it - almost! PuTTY stores all it's settings in registry as reg keys. Go to settings, change BELL to whatever you like, find key in registry, export it and import onto anther computer. Job done.