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Re: F11 won't mount audio CDs.



Erik P. Olsen wrote:
On 03/07/09 23:49, Bill Davidsen wrote:
Erik P. Olsen wrote:
On 03/07/09 19:33, Bill Davidsen wrote:
Erik P. Olsen wrote:
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?

Dumb question, you did check the state of the option to play audio CDs
when inserted, right? Under preferences?

I don't receive revelations.

That wasn't a revelation, it was a yes or no question. Did you or did
you not set the option to play an audio CD when inserted?

System->Preferences->Personal->FileManagement->Media - is play audio
enabled or not?

I would say yes. The following is specified:

CD Audio: Ask what to do
DVD Video: Ask what to do
Music Player: Ask what to do
Photos: Ask what to do
Software: Ask what to do
Audio DVD: Ask what to do

Unchecked: Never prompt or start programs on media insertion
Checked: Browse media when inserted

It is as if it takes "Never prompt or start programs on media insertion" as
being checked.

Here I can't easily help you, because on my systems it always *is* checked. ;-)

If you burn media the kernel locking doesn't (or didn't) protect the burner access from being interrupted by a read, and you write a coaster. I'm willing to start players and such by hand if I want them, I back up to DVD a lot, so that's appropriate for my use, but leaves me short on experience with actually auto-mounting the media.

I agree with your description, it sounds like the box is checked, which was my first thought. Sorry it wasn't a solution.


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