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System Sounds

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  59985
Submitted:  Jun 27 2007
Updated:  Mar 21 2011


This is my first KDE sounds wich were candidate for the Oxygen theme.
The best sounds you will ever hear in your hole life ! Will make you zen all day.


I just added a file for Gnome users. Sounds are the same. I needed to create 2 more sounds for Gaim and common desktop.
How to install is in the archive.
I re-compressed the Gnome archive to a tar.gz
11/01/08 : All this sounds are now published under CreativeCommons Share Alike 2.0

Ce/tte création est mis/e à disposition sous un
contrat Creative Commons - Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic

(Cleanus WAV format - KDE)
(Cleanus OGG format - KDE)
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 very good!

 by helloothere on: Apr 28 2008
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These sounds are very nice, especially the IM sounds! Thank you!

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 by bdunlap on: Aug 13 2008
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I like these sounds. They are simple and sweet.

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 Cleanus: The name says it all.

 by milehigh on: Nov 1 2008
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Clean, simple, and pleasing to the ear. The most cohesive Linux sound scheme I've encountered thus far. Very nicely done!

Denver, Colorado, USA
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 by erollmac on: Jul 12 2009
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is broken :(

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 Link updated

 by martyncircus on: Jan 24 2011
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As the subject said it !

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 How to install on Ubuntu/Gnome

 by FokkerCharlie on: Jan 24 2011
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The sounds are marvelous, but I don't see any file in the archive other than the .ogg s. Can anyone tell me how to install on Gnome?


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 Re: How to install on Ubuntu/Gnome

 by TwoPointOh on: Jan 31 2011
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As far as I can tell, it's far more complicated than it should be.
Make a new folder in /usr/share/sounds called Cleanus. Copy the index.theme from the /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu directory into it, edit it, and change the name listed in the file. Make a directory under Cleanus called stereo and copy the .ogg files there. Rename the files so they match those in the ubuntu/stereo directory.

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