GNU/Linux Command – STTY

stty – Prints/Changes the terminal characteristics.
 
Summary:
 
`stty’ prints or changes terminal characteristics, such as baud rate, I/O settings, control settings, etc..
 
Example:
$ stty -- Show Baud rate, line discipline number.  $ stty -a -- Print all current settings in human-readable format.  $ stty -g -- Print all current settings in stty-readable format.  $ stty -echo -- Disable character echo on screen.  $ stty echo -- Enable character echo on screen.  $ stty intr ^I -- Change interrupt sequence for Ctrl+C to Ctrl+I.
 
Read: man stty (or) info stty

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