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Linux Mint 13 plays a sound when you start the system as well as when you log into an account. Both of these sound can be changed – to do so, you must be logged in and know the root password.
- Open the main menu and go to Administration > Login Window.
- Go to the Accessibility tab:
You can now check or uncheck the listed sounds or choose new ones from your files – these must be in the .ogg format however! System sounds can be found in /usr/share/sounds/LinuxMint/stereo for example, or you can convert your own files.
If you install lightdm on distributions other than Ubuntu you may want to have the Ubuntu logo in the lower left corner removed or altered. This can be done easily by editing the original picture file which is located in /usr/share/unity-greeter/ (remember to open the folder as administrator, or do it right from a terminal as root).
The file you want to edit is logo.png. You can either rename it, so it doesn’t show up on login anymore (for example, rename it to logo.png.bak – if you want it back, just remove the new extension again), or edit it with a graphical editor right away so that it reads something more appropriate to your distribution or login screen.