I have an old-school X setup in Debian, mostly running WindowMaker with some Gnome applications. I have just installed the K3B cd burning package, which has pulled in some KDE infrastructure packages.
Burning CDs works fine, but every time it does something it makes a variety of incredibly stupid noises to let me know it's done it. How do I turn these off?
The standard instructions involve running systemsettings and changing a setting. Unfortunately, after installing and running systemsettings, all it does is tell me that it can't find any views to display and exits (and makes a stupid noise while doing so). This is presumably because I don't have a full KDE installation.
Help. I need to burn some CDs. If I have to put up with this for much longer I won't be responsible for my actions.