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Madobe Nanami for Ubuntu

  

System Sounds

Score 53%
Downloads:  1526
Submitted:  Oct 24 2009
Updated:  Oct 24 2009

Description:

**THESE ARE THE NANAMI MADOBE SOUNDS FROM WINDOWS SEVEN REPACKAGED TO WORK ON UBUNTU LINUX**

There is no warranty, and no guarantee. If by the simple process of installing this sound package, you screw something up, you cannot blame me. I bear no fault for the action of the user. You have had your warning.

This was done for my own benefit, and I am releasing it for the entertainment of others. To pre-emptively answer your questions, no, I do not speak Japanese. I placed them according to their original title and the tone of the sound.

In this I included the wallpaper from the original themepack as well as all the original .wav sounds. They were not made by me.

It was a rather simple process. Convert to OGG, and then re-title as I saw fit. Of course, it was hardly as straight-forward. I had no idea what I was doing, and I highly doubt I've brought this to the highest quality it can reach.

If you have interest in improving this sound theme, or packaging it to work with another distribution please contact me. I may not offer my assistance, and I doubt you will very much need it. Nonetheless, please do so if only so I may receive some form of credit.

I have no license on this package because nothing in it is mine. The original licenses still apply, and I recommend you look them up.


**TO INSTALL**

Move the Nanami folder to /usr/share/sounds/.

**SIMPLIFIED**

1. Open up a terminal and type 'sudo nautilus' (without the quotes).
2. Navigate to /usr/share/sounds/, and copy the Nanami folder there.
3. Proceed (this assumes you have the default Gnome menu configuration) to System > Preferences > Sound.
4. Under the Sound Effects tab, in the drop-down Sound Theme menu you should find 'Nanami'. Select, and enjoy.

**COMPLICATIONS**

Gnome (Or Ubuntu? I have no idea) doesn\\\\\\\'t seem to like to use your user-set sounds at the login screen. To fix this, run in a terminal 'sudo gnome-volume-control'. Continue with step four from 'Simplified'.

***REPACKAGED BY ALASKALE (No relation at all to the state)***

***Contact at: vencdrig@gmail.com***

P.S.: I could use a better display art for this. Any offers?




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 Wrong Link?

 
 by shipleythump on: Oct 24 2009
 
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I think you linked it wrong possibly? When I tried to download it, it took me to deviant-art page. Then from the download link there, it gave me a picture. Maybe I'm just missing something here, or overlooking something? Or did you put the wrong link?


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 Re: Wrong Link?

 
 by alaskale on: Oct 24 2009
 
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No, I meant to link to the Deviantart page. I simply messed up the download link on there.

It has been fixed.

Tell me what you think!


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