Last Updated: Nov 06,2010
I'm not sure, but tossing it out there- did you mount the filesystem to be writable?
Hmmm... still a bit to new at this I guess? I do understand the concept you speak of. I'm just not sure how accomplish setting the "filesystem to be writable"?
Oh well, looks like I got a lot to learn just to change the start up sound wav file. Heeheh...
I show the poweron.wav in my system/etc and my /etc folders
Did you try both locations?
Also, for kicks, you could try renaming your replacement sound (wav file) to poweron.wav, then replace it. Also, make sure permissions are correct:
in root explorer: PowerOn.wav is rwxr-xr-x
or, All 3 checked for 'Read', only Write checked for User and All 3 for Execute.
Let me know if any of that works-- shutdown and powerup sounds were really cool the first 9000 times.. now it's annoying.
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