Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508257
Not ejecting disc
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:18:21 EDT
sound-juicer in F11 does not eject the CD after ripping (the preference to do so is set). There's no warning or error message.
Could you please attach the output of:
when the problem occurs?
My guess is that the call to brasero_drive_eject() fails.
Created attachment 365378 [details]
Log, desktop, F12beta
Here's a log from my desktop computer (running F12beta already). The CD is ejected here, but the tray automatically closes again right after it opened...
I will attach a log from F11 later.
And to brasero...
Created attachment 365404 [details]
Log, laptop, F11
So here's a log from my laptop (F11) which I filed the original report for. The problem is still the same, the tray does not open at all when ripping finishes and also the eject item in sound-juicer menu is grayed out.
Upgraded sound-juicer on the F11 box to the 2.28 version from F11.92, no change.
Upgraded brasero on the F11 box to the 2.28 version from F11.92, sound-juicer now does no longer start (says it cannot find a disc drive and exists).
I will now boot the F11 box from a F11.92 liveusb stick and try again with the whole new stack :)
Shocking news: with the F12 live system, everything works fine on the laptop. I think the problem on F11 is further down the stack, decicekit maybe?
Anyway, the bug that the tray opens and closes on my desktop as reported in comment 2 is totally unrelated, isn't it? Bastien, is there any indication brasero is involved with this? Where should I file this... devicekit-disks?
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