Re: How to disable (or change) the logout sound in gnome/GDM?
On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 7:32 PM, Vincent Lefevre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 2011-03-28 09:58:57 +0800, Yuwen Dai wrote:Various solutions (the first one works on some machines, but not
> The logout sound is a very ugly beep. I can change the login sound in
> gdm.conf but can not find where the logout sound setting is. I also put
> pcspkr module in the blacklist, no effect.
everywhere, and I don't know why):
1. "xset -b" in your .xsession or whatever is run (this will disable
the beep also in other applications, which is fine, IMHO).
xset -b works. Thanks.
2. With gdm, set SoundOnLogin=false in "/etc/gdm/gdm.conf".
I've already set this, this is no effect. In fact, the beep only occurs when I shutdown the computer in gnome. It doesn't beep when I login or logout.
3. With gdm3, the /etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults config file can be
changed to have:
I don't use gdm3.
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