Hi, I’ve just installed openSUSE 11, and I can’t find how to stop those annoying sounds whenever I minimize/maximize a window.
I’m a long time XP user and there we have a Sounds etc… that allows shutting down or changing the sound theme.
Where do I find something like that ?
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In KDE-3.5.9 (under openSUSE-11) one can go to KMENU > Personal Settings > Sound & Multimedia > System Notifications. …
If you are not using KDE-3.5.9, well, apologies but I lost my crystal ball in the last stock market crash (it wasn’t that good a crystal ball) and I’m horrible at guessing everyone’s desktop.
Reference winXP, … good thing the winXP install that came to my PC did not have such a setting, as I would NOT have a clue where to look in winXP (nor am I interested in learning). :rolleyes:
Good on 'ya for learning more than one OS!!
=)) I like u’r style…
I have Kde4, No System notifications found
P.S. This isn’t the first time I’ve used Linux, it’s jut I’ve mostly done C programming and shell scripting on it
Also… sorry for posting here it just looked like the right place to do it cause of da’ name ( How to )
Isn’t there a bash program/command I could run ?
oh yes. Start>configure desktop>notifications.
switch the kde sounds off in there…I think…
Thanks allot, found it :P.
If any moderator wants to remove/move this post he’s welcome
When it comes to KDE-4, we are all learning !
Reference being new to openSUSE, here are some top level concepts that might be of interest: Concepts - openSUSE