Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 140242
Reference to nonexistant wav file in gnome sound setup
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:55 EST
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Description of problem:
One of the default sound effects references a wav file that is not
installed. Attempting to play it suggests installing a package which
is already installed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
(with a clean profile)
1. In a terminal do rpm -q gnome-audio and check that that RPM is
2. Go to Applications -> Preferences -> Sound.
3. Tick "Enable sound server startup".
4. Tick "Sounds for events".
5. Switch to the "Sound Events" tab.
6. Scroll down to Mailcheck.
7. Click on New Mail and then press the Play button.
An error dialog pops up saying:
"The sound file for this event does not exist.
You may want to install the gnome-audio package
for a set of default sounds."
Telephone sound to come out of speakers or for that error message not
to be there since we checked that gnome-audio was installed at step 1.
FC4 no longer seems to have the Mailcheck event so I guess this bug has become