[hcflinux] Turn off speaker

Angus Auld angusauld at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 16 12:14:01 EST 2004

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From: "lineymo" <lineymo at runbox.com>
Reply-To: lineymo at runbox.com
To: hcflinux at lists.linuxant.com
Subject: [hcflinux] Turn off speaker
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 21:44:26 GMT

I took a look through the last some of the mailing archives and can't find 
anything on turning off the speaker so I don't hear the dialing.  Can anyone 
tell me if this is possible?
Yes, it is possible. You will have to edit the AT command line to your 

The default for speaker and volume is: ATM1L1
That provides for "speaker on, low volume".
You need to change this modem command to: ATM0L0, and that will turn off the 
speaker for you.

The modem AT command reference manual may be of help to you, but I have 
found it to be very cryptic and bewildering, it is available here:

I use kppp for dialing, and it has a built in terminal option that I can use 
to type commands to my modem.
Best regards to you.


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with love for all humanity, living each day in harmony with Mother Earth, 
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