Linux "reset" Command Line Options and Examples
terminal initialization

tset - initialization This program initializes terminals. First, tset retrieves the current terminal mode settings for your terminal. It does this by successively testing · the standard error, · standard output, · standard input and · ultimately “/dev/tty” to obtain terminal settings.


tset [-IQVcqrsw] [-] [-e ch] [-i ch] [-k ch] [-m mapping] [terminal]
    reset [-IQVcqrsw] [-] [-e ch] [-i ch] [-k ch] [-m mapping] [terminal]

Command Line Options:

Set control characters and modes.
reset -c ...
Set the erase character to ch.
reset -e ...
Do not send the terminal or tab initialization strings to the terminal.
reset -I ...
Set the interrupt character to ch.
reset -i ...
Set the line kill character to ch.
reset -k ...
Print the terminal type to the standard error output.
reset -r ...
reports the version of ncurses which was used in this program, and exits.
reset -V ...