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Bug#284853: kde: Media handling from desktop icon is broken

Package: kde
Version: 5:42
Severity: important

If I use the device icon on the KDE desktop or the devices:/ URL in
konqueror to mount a CDROM/DVD I can not umount or eject the DVD without
lots of errors:

If I just try to umount via the desktop icon the DVD gets umounted but
the desktop icon does not change. It looks like nothing happened.
If I try to umount again via the desktop icon an error message pops up
because the DVD was already umounted.

If I try to eject the media via the desktop icon all I get is an error
message popping up saying "eject /dev/xxx failed".

If I just use mount/umount/eject on the command line to handle removable
media everything works fine. Because media handling in KDE via desktop
icons works very good in all other distributions I know this must be a
debian specific bug.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.8-1-686
Locale: LANG=de_CH, LC_CTYPE=de_CH (charmap=ISO-8859-1)

Versions of packages kde depends on:
ii  kde-amusements               5:42        The K Desktop Environment (Games a
ii  kde-core                     5:42        The K Desktop Environment (Core)
ii  kdeaddons                    4:3.2.3-2   add-on plugins and applets provide
ii  kdeadmin                     4:3.2.2-1   KDE Administration tools metapacka
ii  kdeartwork                   4:3.2.3-2   themes, styles and more from the o
ii  kdegraphics                  4:3.2.3-1.1 KDE Graphics metapackage
ii  kdemultimedia                4:3.2.2-1   KDE Multimedia metapackage
ii  kdenetwork                   4:3.2.2-1   KDE Network metapackage
ii  kdepim                       4:3.2.2-2   KDE Personal Information Managemen
ii  kdeutils                     4:3.2.2-2   KDE Utilities metapackage
ii  kdewebdev                    1:3.2.2-1   web development apps from the offi

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