Experience Level: Beginner and up
One of the things you may notice after installing Bodhi is the lack of a login sound, which is in line with Bodhi's philosphy of minimalism. However, to add a login sound is relatively easy and here are the steps to do so.
desktop-login.oggif it is in ogg format, or
desktop-login.wavif it is in wav format. The location I will be using in this guide will be
/home/username/Music/System, where username is your username.
/home/username/Music/System. If you prefer a different location, use that location's path in the discussion that follows.
If the file is instead a wav file add:
Click Apply and then Close.
Reboot and enjoy.
canberra-gtk-playapplication, don't panic. Just install it via Terminal:
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends gnome-session-canberra
/home/username/.local/share/applicationsin your text editor of choice. If you wish Bodhi Login Sound to be shown under Systems in the menu add the line
and if you wish to remove Bodhi Login Sound from showing in the menu change the line
Bodhi_Login_Sound.desktop. Assuming this is so then from Bodhi's menu go to All —>Apps —>Startup Application. In the Startup Application window, change the tab from System to Applications, click Bodhi Login Sound and then Remove, Apply and then Close. Now open the file
/home/username/.local/share/applicationsin your text edit and if using an ogg audio file change the line
And if using a wav file, change the line
Next open a terminal and run the commands below:
sudo cp /home/username/Music/System/desktop-login.ogg /usr/share/sounds/desktop-login.ogg sudo mv /home/username/.local/share/applications/Bodhi_Login_Sound.desktop /usr/share/applications/Bodhi_Login_Sound.desktop
Finally add the sound to enlightenment's starup by repeating step 4 above. Note every user who wishes a startup sound will have to add the sound to startup while logged into their account. Now reboot and enjoy.