Re: Bug#242374: gnome-volume-manager: does not receive any messages
Thanks a lot for your very quick response!
Am Di, den 06.04.2004 schrieb Sjoerd Simons um 13:30:
> 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
> udev bugreport.
Yes, restarting hal works. Thanks! I'll test the patch later today.
BTW: This brought up another issue: gnome-volume-manager is getting
confused if you use devfs-style device naming:
manager.c/733: unhandled dbus message: ServiceAcquired from
manager.c/581: New Device: /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/block_11_1-disc
manager.c/613: Changed: /dev/scsi/host2/bus0/target0/lun0/cd
mount: can't find /dev/scsi/host2/bus0/target0/lun0/cd in /etc/fstab or
Should I file a separate bug? Or is this a known issue?
> Please let me know if this is indeed the problem, so i can reassign it
> to udev or start digging somewhat further.
You might want to reassing & merge with #242283