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autorun doesn't work since I updated 1)glibc to 2.2.12 2)rpm to
4.0.2-7x.Idon't know which one is relevant, but I would say rpm.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot with any kernel
2.Start X window (with gnome)
3.Insert a data or an audio CD
Actual Results: nothing
Expected Results: gtcd starts the audio CD, or mc list the data CD
Because of step 2, I think this belongs to magicdev
When I query autorun *AND* magicdev packages with "rpm -qR <package>", I get
"rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1". That's why I believe the issue has
something to do with rpm-4.0.2-7x
"rpm -qR rpm" gives the same message (rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1),
so it can't be that. Sorry! But what can it be?
I don't think this has anything to do with rpm and probably not glibc.
Can you provide more information about your system (is this a Red Hat
6.2 or 7.0 system?).
Also, what is the result of rpm -q magicdev.
If you start the GNOME control center, and select "CD properties",
do the options you want show as enabled?
Does 'ps auxwww | grep magicdev' show that magicdev is running?
If not, what happens if you start magicdev from the command line -
do things work then?
I upgraded magicdev to "magicdev-0.3.5-3" from redhat-7.1 and everything is
OK . But I would be very interested to understand. The only clue I can add is
that my problem's start was when I ejected the CD without unmounting it.