Hi, as I’m sure many users know, on some computers Manjaro XFCE produces a loud beep sound when user clicks on Log Out. I was able to disable this by following this Arch Wiki entry:
However, no tutorial I could duck out has provided me with the solution on how to disable the PC Speaker in the Log In screen, when Backspace is pressed when there are no more characters left to delete.
To clarify, how this often happens is when I’m logging in, I type my password incorrectly by accident, so I hold Backspace to delete the whole string. But if I hold Backspace too long, the loud beep sound from PC Speaker occurs.
Was anyone able to find solution to this?
EDIT: The solution was in the Arch Wiki all along. For everyone stumbling upon this topic, run in terminal:
sudo rmmod pcspkr sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/nobeep.conf
Paste these two lines in the newly created file:
# Do not load the 'pcspkr' module on boot. blacklist pcspkr
Press Ctrr+X to exit, type Y to save changes and press Enter