On Manjaro KDE:
- I click on the bottom-left corner of the screen
- at the bottom of the menu I click Restart
- then I click Restart or Ok
When I do this, the instant I click on Restart or OK, a hugely loud “beep” is emitted from the internal speaker despite the fact that I have external speakers connected and regardless of the current volume setting.
I think that’s an old-style “beeper” speaker that is separate from even the laptop’s built-in speakers (the ones from which you listen to music when you have nothing external connected), right?
Obviously, when you have a sound card and external or built-in hi-fi speakers working, no sound ever should under any circumstances be emitted by any other internal speaker of any kind, no matter what.
I am not asking for workarounds (which obviously are always welcome, especially because they have value in diagnosing the bug), I am reporting the bug so that it can be fixed, and I expect it to disappear when I install the system update that carries the fix.