I insert an audio CD. Rhythmbox is started and starts playing.
I then right click -> eject on the audio CD icon on the desktop.
The CD ejects.
rhythmbox hangs for 5-10 seconds, pops up an error dialog, and then switches the view to my 'Music' library.
However, any attempt to play from my 'Music' library causes a 10 second pause, and the error dialog:
Couldn't start playback
Could not open CD device for reading.
Couldn't stop playback
Unable to start playback pipeline.
I have to restart RB to access my music library.
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AFAIK Rhythmbox uses gvfsd-cdda for playback, isn't it? Perhaps we shouldn't allow ejecting drive when having open files from the backend.
No, it uses GStreamer. We should probably fix the GStreamer code to not fall over when the CD goes.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
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