Description of problem:
After installing the thunar-volman package an error message appears which tells
that audio cd can not be mounted. The message tells further that you should use
xfmedia to playback the audio tracks. This message is useless because Fedora
doesn't provide xfmedia packages.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install thunar-volman
2. Insert aduio cd
3. Try to mount the audio cd
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(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> After installing the thunar-volman package an error message appears which tells
> that audio cd can not be mounted. The message tells further that you should use
> xfmedia to playback the audio tracks. This message is useless because Fedora
> doesn't provide xfmedia packages.
ATM I have no plans to change this. Although I have xfmedia packages here I
don't want to maintain it in Fedora. IMO it's still to broken and doesn't offer
much functionality. If someone else steps up he is welcome.
> Steps to Reproduce:
> 1. Install thunar-volman
> 2. Insert aduio cd
> 3. Try to mount the audio cd
Works fine for me: When I insert an audio CD totem starts up and plays fine, so
I don't see why people should actually try to mount the audio CD. You are simply
not expected to do that, I think the error message should be more precise.
Two things are not correct to me:
- Right click menu should not have mount/unmount options on CDs or DVDs.
- Clicking on the an CD icon or choosing "open" from the right click menu should
fire up the application you selected for audio/video discs in thunar-volman.
Both needs to be fixed in Thunar, this has nothing to do with volman. Volman
only does the autoplay/automount magic, which works fine. The error message
still appears after erasing thunar-volman, so it's from Thunar.
The message you are seeing turns out to be in the exo package I think...
/* TRANSLATORS: User tried to mount an Audio CD that doesn't
contain a data track. */
g_set_error (error, G_FILE_ERROR, G_FILE_ERROR_FAILED,
_("Audio CDs cannot be mounted, use "
"Xfmedia to play the audio tracks"));
I suppose we could patch the message to not mention Xfmedia, but it would be
better if it was fixed upstream to have a more clear message.
I also agree that Thunar shouldn't give you the option of mounting/unmounting
Heiko: Would you be willing to file this upstream? Or would you like for me or
Christopher to do so?
It would be nice if you could do this
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Still applies to exo-0.3.100. Upgrading this bug to F-11 in order to prevent bug zappers from closing it. Also adding 'FutureFeature' keyword.
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Fixed in exo-0.3.104. Audio-CDs no longer have an icon on the desktop or in thunar, so there is nothing to click on. If thunar-volman is used, the configured application correctly starts.
exo-0.3.104-1.fc11 has been pushed to the Fedora 11 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.