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Every other sound program will work, if I have them using ALSA, my sound card does not seem to like OSS, at least in XMMS. Anyways I can't not for ...
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    KDE System Sounds A No-Go


    Every other sound program will work, if I have them using ALSA, my sound card does not seem to like OSS, at least in XMMS. Anyways I can't not for the life of me get KDE System Notifications to work. What sound server does it use and how do I get it properly configured to work?

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    I have the same problem - since upgrading to KDE 3.3 - It's driving me nuts!

    Did you fix it ??

    Cheers

    Andy

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    I had this same problem. I "fixed" it by turning off the auto-suspend feature of Arts (the KDE sound system in the Control Center).

    I think I developed this problem when switching to ALSA. Fortunately, with ALSA, auto-suspend is not needed, since ALSA seems to allow more than one source.

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