Bug#668785: Not sure it should be fixed
matteo at member.fsf.org
Thu May 10 14:50:36 UTC 2012
I think the default is on for accessibility purposes. Imagine a
blind/short-sighted person waiting for the system to boot-up; the sound
you can hear is helpful to tell them to log in. This is even more
important in a public place, since you don't know who your users are.
Other systems such as Windows and Mac OS X have sounds too, as far as I
Ideally, a good solution would be to lower down your speakers
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Email : matteo at member.fsf.org
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