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Re: Unhappy, Bouncing, CDs

On Mon, 2003-01-06 at 15:10, Narins, Josh wrote:
> This has only started happening since I got devfs working.
> If I insert an ISO CD into the drive, everything is honky-dory.
> If I insert a music CD into the drive, after about 30 seconds it comes back
> out.
> hmm, not sure what info would be useful.
> debian sarge, 2.4.20-benh (Ben Herrenschmidt's PowerPC kernel)
> Yes, I'm sure devfsd is running correctly.
> It's definitely not mission critical, but it's nice to be able to show off
> the piece of art on my desk, so maybe other people will use Debian.
> :)
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Sounds like you are running one of a few packages that monitors
removable media drives and automagically mounts them when it sees them -
one that doesn't understand audio CDs in its array of formats.
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