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Description of problem:
The %check inside of libcdio.spec runs life-tests on the CDROM.
I am not sure if this is acceptable inside of the buildsystem (performing life network tests is considered to be non-acceptable)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
The test on the CDROM is only run if actually a disc is in the drive. I have no
problem disabling this test if you really think that this is serious problem.
I will write a mail to fedora-extras to see what the others think about it.
Wrt the extras list discussion, and without having a look at this package, I
tend to think that it would be useful to just disable the one test accessing
the cdrom drive, but leave others and "make check" enabled instead of
disabling them all.
I have disabled the one test doing the drive access and requested a rebuilt.