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Bug#270674: discover1: Deletes /media/cdrom0



Package:   discover1
Version:    1.7.3
Severity: important

The symlinks are still not being created for me even with this new version 
(1.7.3). I did a "apt-get update" then "apt-get remove --purge discover1" and 
then re installed it with "apt-get install discover1". Then I ran 
dpkg-reconfigure to enable discover to handle the cdrom's.
When I boot into a kernel higher than kernel-2.6.7 (ether2.6.8 or 2.6.9) The 
symlinks are not created. However when I boot to a 2.6.7 kernel everything 
works (symlinks are created).
I have snips of line by line output (running each kernel) running this 
command:
sh -x /etc/init.d/discover start 2> kernel-2.6.x.txt

Here is a snip of the output of discover1 when run with a 2.6.7 kernel :
-----------Snip of the top of the output---------
+ test -x /sbin/discover
+ CONFFILE=/etc/discover.conf
+ SKIPFILE=/etc/discover-autoskip.conf
+ INITFILE=/etc/default/discover
++ uname -r
+ KVERS=2.6.7-1-686-smp
---------end snip---------------
--------Snip of the end of the file----------
+ continue
+ '[' true = true ']'
+ for CDMOUNT in '${CDROM_BASE_MOUNTPOINT}cdrom?'
++ grep ' /media/cdrom0 ' /proc/mounts
+ mountsent=
+ true
+ '[' -z '' ']'
+ rm -rf /media/cdrom0
+ for CDMOUNT in '${CDROM_BASE_MOUNTPOINT}cdrom?'
++ grep ' /media/cdrom1 ' /proc/mounts
+ mountsent=
+ true
+ '[' -z '' ']'
+ rm -rf /media/cdrom1
++ pidof udevd
+ '[' 442 ']'
+ sleep 2s
+ CDNUM=0
++ discover --enable=pci,usb,ide,scsi --enable=pcmcia --enable=isa 
--disable=parallel,serial --device cdrom
++ sort
+ for CDROM in '$(discover $DISCOVER_ARGS --device cdrom | sort)'
++ echo /dev/hdc
++ sed s#/dev/scd#/dev/sr#
+ ALTCDROM=/dev/hdc
+ '[' '!' -e /dev/hdc ']'
+ '[' '!' -b /dev/hdc ']'
+ '[' -e /dev/cdrom0 ']'
+ '[' '!' -L /dev/cdrom0 ']'
+ ln -fs /dev/hdc /dev/cdrom0
+ grep -q ' /media/cdrom0 ' /proc/mounts
+ mkdir -p /media/cdrom0
+ CDNUM=1
+ for CDROM in '$(discover $DISCOVER_ARGS --device cdrom | sort)'
++ echo /dev/hdd
++ sed s#/dev/scd#/dev/sr#
+ ALTCDROM=/dev/hdd
+ '[' '!' -e /dev/hdd ']'
+ '[' '!' -b /dev/hdd ']'
+ '[' -e /dev/cdrom1 ']'
+ '[' '!' -L /dev/cdrom1 ']'
+ ln -fs /dev/hdd /dev/cdrom1
+ grep -q ' /media/cdrom1 ' /proc/mounts
+ mkdir -p /media/cdrom1
+ CDNUM=2
+ '[' -e /dev/cdrom0 ']'
+ '[' -L /dev/cdrom ']'
+ ln -fs /dev/cdrom0 /dev/cdrom
+ grep -q ' /media/cdrom ' /proc/mounts
+ ln -fsn /media/cdrom0 /media/cdrom
------------------end snip--------------------

Here is a snip of the output of discover1 when run with a 2.6.9 kernel :
--------------Snip of the top of the output-----------------------
+ set -e
+ test -x /sbin/discover
+ CONFFILE=/etc/discover.conf
+ SKIPFILE=/etc/discover-autoskip.conf
+ INITFILE=/etc/default/discover
++ uname -r
+ KVERS=2.6.9-1-686-smp
-------------end snip-------------------------
------------Snip of the end of the file----------------------
+ continue
+ '[' true = true ']'
+ for CDMOUNT in '${CDROM_BASE_MOUNTPOINT}cdrom?'
++ grep ' /media/cdrom? ' /proc/mounts
+ mountsent=
+ true
+ '[' -z '' ']'
+ rm -rf '/media/cdrom?'
++ pidof udevd
+ '[' 940 ']'
+ sleep 2s
+ CDNUM=0
++ discover --enable=pci,usb,ide,scsi --enable=pcmcia --enable=isa 
--disable=parallel,serial --device cdrom
++ sort
+ '[' -e /dev/cdrom0 ']'
+ echo 'No CD/DVD drives found.'
No CD/DVD drives found.
---------------end snip----------------------

I hope this helps.
Ralph
-- 
Linux, to keep you humble.

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