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Re: F11 won't mount audio CDs.



> >> I have recently built two F11
> >> systems, one x86_64 and one i586, and I am
> >> unable play audio CD on both. When I insert an
> audio CD,
> >> nothing happens. I
> >> have no problem playing my audio CDs on my F10
> system.
> >> Mounting data CDs is
> >> no problem.
> >>
> >> In /var/log/messages I see:
> >>
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: sr 1:0:0:0:
> [sr0]
> >> Result: hostbyte=DID_OK
> driverbyte=DRIVER_SENSE,SUGGEST_OK
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: sr 1:0:0:0:
> [sr0]
> >> Sense Key : Illegal Request [current] 
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: ILI
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: sr 1:0:0:0:
> [sr0] Add.
> >> Sense: Illegal mode for this track
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: end_request:
> I/O
> >> error, dev sr0, sector 0
> >>> Jun 22 20:54:46 epotest kernel: Buffer I/O
> error on
> >> device sr0, logical block 0
> >>
> >> What can my problem be and how can I diagnose it
> further?
> >>
> > 
> > Audio CD's are not to be mounted as they don't have a
> filesystem on them "unless they are also mixed cds with
> video on them", then I understand your point.  Usually
> I see the same messages when I pop in a DVD, however you
> might be given a choice to play it with Rythmbox if you are
> running GNOME or I don't know the KDE default here?
> > 
> OK, not mounted then, but somehow accepted by the system
> when they are
> inserted in the CD reader hardware. The problem is that
> they are not
> accepted by F11 even though I have set them to be played by
> some program, in
> casu rhythmbox. So whatever mechanism is meant to recognise
> the audio CD
> does not wake up rhythmbox. Nothing happens, nada.
> Something else may have
> to be tweaked, maybe this authentication scheme but I
> haven't been able to
> find any policy to change.
> 
> -- 
> Erik.
> 
> -- 

Erick, 

I learned this from some other kind person on this list, and I hope it helps if you are running GNOME.  Please do the following:

Go to 
System ---> Preferences ---> System ---> Authorizations

Scroll to where it says device-access, select 
directly access audio players and see if it makes any difference?

Also if you are there already and you can check if the system automatically mounts removable media  

storage -->  mount filesystems from removable drives.

Hope this helps in some way.  If not, then hopefully some other kind person has a better solution.  

Regards,

Antonio 


      



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