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Description of problem:
I have one CD player and one CD writer in my computer. I installed Red Hat
(null) using my CD Player. Starting the config-packages tool it asks me to
insert CD 2, I do so (in my CD Player) but it doesn't find it, instead it
automounts it and pop's up a Nautilus window.
If I put it in my CD writer it works though.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Expected Results: It should not automount the CD when the config-packages
program is waiting for a CD and it should look in all CD Players.
Added code to look at all of the cdrom drives on the system when trying to
mount. Will be in redhat-config-packages > 0.92.1
Have the same problem, just that I installed from my CD Writer and now, when
trying to add packages (by inserting CD#1 into the CD-RW drive) it ask for the
CD #1 (that currently is inside the CD-RW). The only way to make it continue
is by ejecting CD#1 from the CD writer and inserting it into the normal
CD-ROOM drive... then it seems to go fine BUT my CD-ROOM drive is an old model
who doesn't play nice with home burned CDs, so the PC hangs anyways.
RH 8 is unsupported. Also, s-c-p has been replaced by pirut. There are issues
with pirut and CD installs; marking as duplicate of that bug.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 188750 ***