Completely randomly, my laptop sometimes emits a loud PC speaker beep while rebooting/powering off Fedora 37. The beep is very strong, and as a PC speaker sound, it of course ignores any configured volume level, mute status, and even headphones plugged in. I fortunately am in a different room than the rest of my family sleeps in, but if I were in the same room, and were I just a regular user, this would probably be the last day of Fedora on that laptop. The beep is that loud and uncomfortable, especially at night.
I wonder if somebody else running F37 noticed it as well? Any hints what might cause it and how we can fix it? It never happened on F36 on the same laptop.
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