It is 2009 and I am still hearing my pc speaker
david at dsanders.co.uk
Fri Mar 20 14:42:12 GMT 2009
I don't usually pipe up on discussions on the list, but as a long time
Unix/Linux user, I would vote heavily against removing the system
speaker bell, especially when the system is used with no X environment
or sound card.
My 1 euro.
2009/3/20 Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi at gmail.com>:
> On Friday 20 March 2009 3:57:36 am Björn Torkelsson wrote:
>> On Fri, 2009-03-20 at 15:17 +1100, Sarah Hobbs wrote:
>> > On 20/03/09 14:25, Scott Ritchie wrote:
>> > > In the past, modules like snd_pcsp were blacklisted by just adding them
>> > > to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
>> > >
>> > > Thanks,
>> > > Scott Ritchie
>> > >
>> > Ah. Well, in that case, if there's no objections (which there shouldn't
>> > be, as this is a regression), i'll upload a fix for this.
>> Please don't. I think it is very valueble to have the system beep. For
>> instance for getting notifications on remote logins and that is very
>> different than any other sound on the system. See also:
> GNOME is able to set a "prettier" alert noise than the hardware system beep.
> And if you really want the old sound...this isn't "let's not build the module"
> just "let's not load it by default."
> Mackenzie Morgan
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