Locate Mint 10 Default Sound Files

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Locate Mint 10 Default Sound Files

Postby Mik3e on Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:49 pm

I recently upgraded from Mint 10 to Mint 13. In Mint 10 the Alarm Clock (alarm-clock-applet) could find the default sound files (ie glass.ogg and drip.ogg). In Mint 13 it can't. There might be a config file that I can't find, or the Mint 13 files are on a different path, one unknown to Alarm Clock and to me. If there is a config I'd like to know the name. I'd also like to know the Mint 10 path to glass and drip so I can recreate it in Mint 13 and park some sound files there. Thanks
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