Description of Problem:
File system for CD-RW in /etc/fstab is iso9660. Why not "udf, iso9660"?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I tried only once, but it must be reproducible.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Switch your brain into Simple User mode and install (do not upgrade) RH 8.0.
Select for example Workstation mode.
2. When the system is up and running login on graphic interface.
3. Insert a rewritable CD into your CD-RW drive.
4. Nautilus shows up, but you can't see the contents of your CD-RW disk.
You can't see the contents of your CD-RW disk.
See the contents of CD-RW disk.
When I noticed that I cannot see the disk contents I got very angry, started to
hit my PC. Then suddenly an unhandled exception occured and my brain and
switched back to normal mode. In my normal mode I unmounted and ejected the CD,
modified /etc/fstab to have udf before iso9660, and changed my brain back to
Simple User mode. I inserted the CD-RW disk, and the file manager showed up with
the contents of my CD.
The cdrom line is written by kudzu on first boot
Fixed as of 0.99.82-1.