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Bug#279547: marked as done (kdebase: system notification sounds not played)

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and subject line kdebase: system notification sounds not played
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Package: kdebase
Version: 4:3.3.0a-1
Severity: normal


I'm not quite sure if this is kdebase problem or kdemultimedia, but I
suspect kdebase. The problem is that any sounds I can configure under
kcontrol->Sounds&Multimedia->System Notification are not played.
Clicking the Play button next to the field with the filename does
nothing. I tested this with a completely new user and it still is
there. I do have sound for example from xmms or using alsaplayer. Even
the soundfiles that are setup in kcontrol can be played without any
problem. Last thing: I tried to use a script which does "artsdsp play
$@" and use this as external player for the system notification - no
effect either. There is something totally broken there.


-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
  APT prefers unstable
  APT policy: (990, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.9
Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)

Versions of packages kdebase depends on:
ii  kappfinder                    4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Application Finder
ii  kate                          4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Advanced Text Editor
ii  kcontrol                      4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Control Center
ii  kdebase-bin                   4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Base (binaries)
ii  kdebase-data                  4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Base (shared data)
ii  kdebase-kio-plugins           4:3.3.0a-1 KDE I/O Slaves
ii  kdepasswd                     4:3.3.0a-1 KDE password changer
ii  kdeprint                      4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Print
ii  kdesktop                      4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Desktop
ii  kfind                         4:3.3.0a-1 KDE File Find Utility
ii  khelpcenter                   4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Help Center
ii  kicker                        4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Desktop Panel
ii  klipper                       4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Clipboard
ii  kmenuedit                     4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Menu Editor
ii  konqueror                     4:3.3.0a-1 KDE's advanced File Manager, Web B
ii  konqueror-nsplugins           4:3.3.0a-1 Netscape plugin support for Konque
ii  konsole                       4:3.3.0a-1 KDE X terminal emulator
ii  kpager                        4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Desktop Pager
ii  kpersonalizer                 4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Personalizer
ii  ksmserver                     4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Session Manager
ii  ksplash                       4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Splash Screen
ii  ksysguard                     4:3.3.0a-1 KDE System Guard
ii  ktip                          4:3.3.0a-1 Kandalf's Useful Tips
ii  kwin                          4:3.3.0a-1 KDE Window Manager
ii  libkonq4                      4:3.3.0a-1 Core libraries for KDE's file mana

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Version: 4:3.5.5-1

This bug seems to be related to configuration file incompabilities between two 
pre sarge versions. This is kind of out of date, so I am closing this bug 

I cannot telnet on a coaxial cable, how does it work?

First of all from Flash MX 2000 and from the tools within MS-DOS you neither 
should ever click with a terminale, nor have to turn off the program in order 
to rename the mouse to the hardware.

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