- From: Mirko Scurk <mdebian@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 22:32:17 +0200
I'm using ubuntu dapper (2.6.15-26-386).
Lately, I'm having problem with CD/DVD in Gnome.
I have two drives: DVDRW on /dev/hdc and DVD-ROM on /dev/hdd. When I
insert media in either drive nothing happens. When I insert USB disk it
autostarts and gnome creates icon on desktop. Formerly, I had such
behaviour for CD/DVD-s too.
If I go to "Computer" and select drive with inserted media it mounts it
and udevmonitor reports:
UDEV [1155053676.123216] add@/module/udf
UDEV [1155053676.257841] add@/module/isofs
If I double click on same drive, gnome reports drive busy already
Eject is working OK.
In hal-device-manager on insertion of media nothing happens. Nothing
happens even if I mount it manually.
I compared my main desktop comp (where cd automount is not working well)
and my laptop (where everything is fine) with almost same sw packages
only difference I noticed was that dbus-launch on workin system is
with x-session, while on the other is coupled with gnome-session.
I only compared packages dbus, hal and udev and I don't see any
in conf files.
When I insert media in cd, "dbus-monitor --system" isn't showing
Can anybody explain me how this damn thing is supposed to work because
documentation is next to nothing?
I would like to re establish functionality for CD/DVD as I have with USB
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