Thus spake Chris Gianelloni on Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 11:18:19AM CST
> On Tue, 2004-12-07 at 09:25 -0600, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> > As I keep up with Gentoo system updates small things change from time to
> > time, most of which aren't worth bothering with and I can chalk them up to
> > 'progress' (I hope :-) Used to be, when I inserted a writable
> > CD into my CD writer, The Nautilus CD-Writer utility would auto-start. Of
> > late, this no longer happens, and it's convenient and I'd like to be able to
> > turn this feature back on.
> > Inserting a CD with data on it still puts an icon on my desktop and
> > auto-mounts the CD (as per my fstab), and I can still manage a writable CD
> > by explicitly opening the Nautilus-CD-Burner or X-CD-Roast. Does any one
> > know any way to control the auto-start feature for Nautilus-CD-Burner?
> > There doesn't seem to be anything in the Nautilus preferences dialog about
> > this, and I've poked through the GConf tree and found nothing there, either.
> > The feature is turned on in my "CD and DVD Preferenes" and when a writeable
> > CD is deteced it's supposed to run "nautilus --no-desktop burn:" which works
> > if I execute it from the CLI. It's just that the system doesn't seem to be
> > detecting the presence of a writeable CD in the drive.
> Do you have "hal" in your USE and have you done an "rc-update add hald
> I'm pretty sure that this will solve it as Gnome has gone to using
> hald/dbus for most of their detections.
OK, thanks. I'll reasearch this. I should note, however, that 'hal' isn't
listed in /usr/portage/profiles/use.desc (last update, Nov. 29) which
someone should perhaps look into. I don't have hal on the system, but will
If I add 'hal' to my USE list, how much of gnome am I going to have to
rebuild to get this working?
If gnome now depends on hal and dbus for detections, perhaps the relevant
gnome ebuilds should contain dependencies to these. I know nothing about
these packages, but that's nothing new. Gnome, Gentoo and other systems
move so fast that every couple of weeks I have to go back to school ;-)
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