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In Ubuntu 10.04, how do you disable the sounds that are played when the graphical login screen is shown, and after you login? There used to be a friendly System->Administration dialog to disable these, but every version seems to move everything around or simply drop useful features.

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Point 1"b" is all that's necessary: System->Administration->Login Screen->uncheck "Play login sound". – l0b0 Jul 1 '10 at 21:17
The login sound is one problem. However, there's also the drum-beat sound that's played when the login prompt is displayed. – Cerin Jul 2 '10 at 18:23
you could possible have a look at the solution provided here:… – Tim Alexander Jul 2 '10 at 18:45

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