Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 114479
opening DVD doesn't 'DTRT'
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:41:46 EDT
Double click on 'Computer'.
Double click on 'CD-ROM'
It says that it's opening the CD-ROM. I then get a nautilus window
with the root directory of the DVD movie that's in the drive.
Correct, but not useful.
gnome-volume-manager allows you to run something when a dvd is
inserted. We can't ship a dvd app of course, but if you have one it
should be possible to make it work.
Hm, with current trees, double-clicking on the drive entry when an
audio CD is inserted still tries to mount it.
Hmm? When i insert a cd the drive turns into an audio cd icon for me.
a) the this track has both audio and data files dialog
Choosing 'play' launches gnome-cd.
Choosing 'browse' does nothing
The drive icon never changes (and double-clicking produces a 'failed
to mount' error.)
Choosing a different CD does show the behavior you described. Perhaps
the one CD is being mis-identified?