Re: Bug#242374: gnome-volume-manager: does not receive any messages
On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 12:37:51PM +0200, Johannes Rohr wrote:
> Starting gnome-volume-manager on the command line does produce any
> helpful output.
> I read:
> manager.c/733: unhandled dbus message: ServiceAcquired from
> After that, gnome-volume-manager remains silent. I.e. inserting &
> removing media does not produce any output.
gvm is normally pretty verbose about the dbus messages it gets. So
apparently i isn't getting events from hal.
> I have tried my CD/DVD drives both with ide-cd and ide-scsi. Both
> modules bring up the respective devices in /dev. So udev ??eems to work
> as expected.
The udev -> dbus link is broken in udev 0.024-1, so hal probably doesn't
know what devices are created. For more info see bug 242283.
I've sent a patch for the problem yesterday, so hopefully it's fixed
To work around this you can either restart hal after the creation of your
cd devices (so it interrogates udev manually) or apply the patch in the
Please let me know if this is indeed the problem, so i can reassign it
to udev or start digging somewhat further.
One Bell System - it works.