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I like the MGBreizh theme in Mandrake 9.1, however, it has an annoying sound package that I want to, but cant get rid of. I unselected Sound in the content ...
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    how to disable sound from theme?


    I like the MGBreizh theme in Mandrake 9.1, however, it has an annoying sound package that I want to, but cant get rid of. I unselected Sound in the content tab, but nothing happened...

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    Control Panel>Sound & Multimedia>System Notifications

    Disable the sounds from there.
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    This may sound very stupid, but is there a volume knob on the speaker or a power button? Then if you want to play game in while in your theme or your switch to anohter you don't have to remember how you did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarumont
    Control Panel>Sound & Multimedia>System Notifications

    Disable the sounds from there.
    hmm, theres not a control panel in mandrake, so I asumed you meant Control center, but however, there wastna sound and multimedia section either, so i assumed you mean sound, and there was not a system notifications section either :/

    I tried both mandrake control center and control center

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    d0h. Are you running KDE or Gnome?
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    kde.

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    I couldn't find anything on changing sound events in Mandrake, but there's a linux app for sound mangment that works on Mandrake 8.1. Might work on 9.1 as well. Check it out:

    http://icesoundmanager.sourceforge.net/ism/index.php
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    ill try it out, thx for your help.

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