Changing grub default tune
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Jan 14 14:07:08 UTC 2019
thanks for your info. I managed to get a tune on my boot screen.
Linux for blind general discussion writes:
> I have the following at the end of the /boot/grub/grub.cfg header
> section, just above the various linux menu entries:
> play 1920 440 12 330 4
> This reflects playing frequency then duration, where 440 is A at 440
> cycles per second.
> Yes, it says not to edit that file by hand, but it actually works and
> remains stable.
> Linux for blind general discussion writes:
>> Hi list,
>> I wonder if it's possible to change default grub boot menu?
>> I tried changing option in /etc/default/grub on line GRUB_INIT_TUNE and
>> update grub but the dboot tune is still a single beep.
>> It would be great if I can have unique tune to differentiate with BIOS
>> boot tune.
>> I am using Debian 9 Stretch x64.
>> Any help would be appreciated
>> Best Regards
>> Edhoari Setiyoso
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