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Monday, March 3rd 2003, 12:38am

KDE Bootup sound for Windows

I recently installed KDE over Mandrake 9 and dual booted it with WinXP. After formatting, I only installed Windows XP, but I really like the KDE bootup sound. Is there any place that I can get that sound clip in a Windows format? Thanks.



Monday, March 3rd 2003, 9:03am

What is a windows sound format? And the KDE sounds are WAV files.


Tuesday, March 25th 2003, 5:31am

wave (.wav) is the native audio format in windows. Perhaps you should take a look at some of the source tar's, e.g. kdemultimedia, which might have these sounds? I am just guessing here...
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Friday, October 10th 2003, 2:18am


Original von Anonymous

What is a windows sound format? And the KDE sounds are WAV files.

They're probably converted to ogg by now. You'd need to convert them to .wav or another "standard" windows format to use as a windows startup sound.


Friday, October 10th 2003, 3:09pm

In KDE 3.1.4, there are still as WAV and installed. So you do not need to get any source.

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