On Sat, 05 Jan 2008 19:21:55 -0600, Joe Marcus Clarke <marcus@FreeBSD.org>
> On Sat, 2008-01-05 at 14:15 -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
>> On Sat, 05 Jan 2008 12:57:29 -0600, Joe Marcus Clarke
>> > On Sat, 2008-01-05 at 12:00 -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
>> >> On Sat, 05 Jan 2008 00:49:56 -0600, Joe Marcus Clarke
>> >> <marcus@FreeBSD.org>
>> >> wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> > On Fri, 2008-01-04 at 23:41 -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
>> >> <snip>
>> >> >> Nope, I can't burn anything to blank CD/DVD.
>> >> >
>> >> > I think I found the problem. I posted a new hal.diff which takes
>> >> > snap version to 20080105.
>> >> Yep, the blank CD/DVD work great. But if I put non-blank CD/DVD
>> >> (recently
>> >> burned and movie DVD), the DVD icon in the nautilus will disappear
>> >> I
>> >> don't have driver anymore. If I put blank CD/DVD then the DVD drive
>> >> appear back in nautilus. I have test burned it and it seems work,
>> and I
>> >> get this message in ~/.xsession-errors:
>> > I'd need to see lshal output after inserting a disc with data. I have
>> > been able to test audio CDs, and it did show up in Nautilus.
>> I have borrowed my brother's audio CDs and these work fine. It's just
>> normal CD (with files from n-c-b) and DVD movies don't work.
> Bug in libvolume_id when working with FreeBSD. Do a make makesum on
> libvolume_id, and reinstall it, and you should be okay.
Update that libvolume_id has fixed data CD and movie DVD.
There is a simple problem, I couldn't eject data CD and movie DVD by push
eject button on the DVD driver. I get error message, 'Cannot eject
volume'. Strange, the eject button works great on blank DVD+R but not on
data CD and movie DVD. I had to right click on the data CD or movie DVD
icon on desktop then click on 'Eject', then icon will disappear with same
error message. After that I am able to push on eject button to get disc
BTW: Your n-c-b patch in previous email has fixed problem too.
>> >> As for the USB flash drive, it still works fine. Only thing that I
>> >> noticed
>> >> is that now it will flash/blink light (read or write) at the every
>> >> second(s) even if I don't touch it. I don't remember if it does
>> >> but I don't think it did (I think I gotta to recheck with old hal
>> >> but Windows doesn't do that).
>> > I'm pretty sure the old hal did this as well. The addon that checks
>> > media changes will continually access the device. We could do away
>> > this check, but users of card readers would need to add additional fdi
>> > configuration.
>> Ok, it's no big deal to me. Just make sure if it's normal.
> Please test to make sure this is not new, though.
Will do after test on CD/DVD stuff.
/me goes back to watch football.
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