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Originally Posted by fingal Hi - copy all your new sound files into /usr/share/sounds . Then visit System>Control Centre>Sound & Multimedia>System Notifications . You should be able to see your ...
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    [SOLVED] Lost In KDE


    Quote Originally Posted by fingal View Post
    Hi - copy all your new sound files into /usr/share/sounds . Then visit System>Control Centre>Sound & Multimedia>System Notifications . You should be able to see your sound files from in there, and select them for things like starting up/shutting down.

    All this assumes that you are using KDE. Hope this helps you.
    Hey, uhm I'm kind of new to KDE so how do I reach the System you mentioned in: System>Control Centre>Sound & Multimedia>System Notifications? Thanks a lot in advance.

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    In KDE 4.5.x: KDE Menu->System settings->Application and System Notifications->Manage Notifications.
    There you can change all notification settings, including sounds, for your KDE. To change the global sound output settings, go to System settings->Multimedia.
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    Thanks, I actually found out it is a shade different for Mandriva Linux but this pointed me in the right direction.

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    I described it from my "plain" KDE here on Gentoo.
    Glad, you found what you were looking for.
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