On 22/11/2010 22:08, Nils Kassube wrote:
> Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 22/11/2010 21:14, Nils Kassube wrote:
>>> Andrew Hinds wrote:
>>>> I was wondering how I go about changing the login sound. The
>>>> default one is getting a tad old and would like to be able to
>>>> change it to something else.
>>> K-menu -> System Settings -> Notifications -> System
>>> At the "Applications" tab select "KDE System Notifications" and
>>> click on "Login". In the line "Play a sound" you can select the
>>> sound you want to use.
>> True, but what if you want to have your own special, preferred,
>> sound, like I do and not the limited selection - which is what I did
>> from an audio CD?
> Well, try for yourself - as I wrote: "you can select the sound you want
> to use". It is a file selection menu. Or are you perhaps talking about
> composing your own sound?
You need to have the sound file sitting in a directory in K/Ubuntu to
begin with before "you can select the sound you want to use", no? Or are
you suggesting that one has an audio CD permanently sitting in the cdrom
so that the file can be accessed every time you boot up/login into K/Ubuntu?
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