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Bug#215954: marked as done (discover: Plex 12/10/32A Plex 40/12/40A and Plex 708A unsupported ?)

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Package: discover
Version: 1.5-1.4.1
Severity: wishlist

Discover is great... but i recognized no further entries in the .lst
file that contains Plextor's...
Well the problem is, discover should ask me what mount points for what
It recognizes, that 3 scsi devices are there, but only asked for /cdrom

Now I could link the /plex and /dvd by myself, but what if I change the
device ordering ? then plex->cdrom1 instead plex->cdrom2 (e.g.)

is there another possibillty or a planned tool to get the discover
configured like with dpkg-reconfigure ?

The idea of discover is really great :)


-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux trinity 2.4.20 #4 Fri Aug 8 02:45:53 CEST 2003 i686

Versions of packages discover depends on:
ii  ash                           0.4.18     Compatibility package for the Debi
ii  dash                          0.4.18     The Debian Almquist Shell
ii  debconf                       1.3.14     Debian configuration management sy
ii  libc6                         2.3.2-7    GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libdiscover1                  1.5-1.4.1  hardware identification library

-- debconf information:
* discover/manage_cdrom_devices: true
* discover/cdrom_base_mountpoint: /cdrom

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Subject: Re: discover: Plex 12/10/32A Plex 40/12/40A and Plex 708A unsupported ?
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discover1 no longer try to handle CDROM mount points.  This changed in
version 1.7.8.  Thus this problem do no longer apply, and can be seen
as solved.  Because of this, I am closing this bug.

I'm not quite sure which package to recommend instead to get mount
points handled, but suggest you have a look at pmount and usbmount.

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