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KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

gregfreemyer
All,

I just upgraded my workstation to 12.1  (really -rc1 I think) via
zypper dup last weekendn.

I put a CD in my drive, but at least with KDE I'm not able to view it
with Dolphin as I'm used to.

Is there a trick, or a bug?

Thanks
Greg
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

Roger Luedecke
On Saturday, October 29, 2011 06:13:59 AM Greg Freemyer wrote:

> All,
>
> I just upgraded my workstation to 12.1  (really -rc1 I think) via
> zypper dup last weekendn.
>
> I put a CD in my drive, but at least with KDE I'm not able to view it
> with Dolphin as I'm used to.
>
> Is there a trick, or a bug?
>
> Thanks
> Greg
Did you check the Device Notifier?
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

James Knott
Roger Luedecke wrote:

> On Saturday, October 29, 2011 06:13:59 AM Greg Freemyer wrote:
>    
>> All,
>>
>> I just upgraded my workstation to 12.1  (really -rc1 I think) via
>> zypper dup last weekendn.
>>
>> I put a CD in my drive, but at least with KDE I'm not able to view it
>> with Dolphin as I'm used to.
>>
>> Is there a trick, or a bug?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Greg
>>      
> Did you check the Device Notifier?
>    

It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".

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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

Patrick Shanahan-2
* James Knott <[hidden email]> [10-30-11 21:24]:
>
> It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>

Do not make things so hard
  eject /dev/sr0
 
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

C-29
On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 03:38, Patrick Shanahan <[hidden email]> wrote:
> * James Knott <[hidden email]> [10-30-11 21:24]:
>>
>> It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>>
>
> Do not make things so hard
>  eject /dev/sr0

Or click the eject button in the Device Notifier...

C.
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

James Knott
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Patrick Shanahan wrote:
> * James Knott<[hidden email]>  [10-30-11 21:24]:
>    
>> It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>>
>>      
> Do not make things so hard
>    eject /dev/sr0
>
>    

In earlier versions, it was possible to right click on the mounted disc
and select "Eject".  While I'm certainly no stranger to using the
command line, many others are.  So, this is something that's broken and
should be fixed.
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

James Knott
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C wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 03:38, Patrick Shanahan<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>    
>> * James Knott<[hidden email]>  [10-30-11 21:24]:
>>      
>>> It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>>>
>>>        
>> Do not make things so hard
>>   eject /dev/sr0
>>      
> Or click the eject button in the Device Notifier...
>
> C.
>    
When you move the mouse pointer over the disc, there's a little pop up
that says "Press the right mouse button for more options (such as Mount
or Eject)".  So this would indicate that the function is supposed to be
there.
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

gregfreemyer
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On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 4:18 PM, Roger Luedecke
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Saturday, October 29, 2011 06:13:59 AM Greg Freemyer wrote:
>> All,
>>
>> I just upgraded my workstation to 12.1  (really -rc1 I think) via
>> zypper dup last weekendn.
>>
>> I put a CD in my drive, but at least with KDE I'm not able to view it
>> with Dolphin as I'm used to.
>>
>> Is there a trick, or a bug?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Greg
> Did you check the Device Notifier?

Yes, my CD is not there either.

And if I go to the command line, it's not showing up in /media like I
think it did with 11.4

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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

gregfreemyer
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On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, Patrick Shanahan <[hidden email]> wrote:
> * James Knott <[hidden email]> [10-30-11 21:24]:
>>
>> It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>>
>
> Do not make things so hard
>  eject /dev/sr0

# eject /dev/sr0
eject: unable to eject, last error: Inappropriate ioctl for device

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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

Roger Luedecke
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On Sunday, October 30, 2011 07:38:28 PM Patrick Shanahan wrote:
> * James Knott <[hidden email]> [10-30-11 21:24]:
> > It also appears there's no way to eject a disc in "My Computer".
>
> Do not make things so hard
>   eject /dev/sr0
Do not expect everybody to use CLI. If everybody was CLI oriented, we wouldn't
have the GTK/KDE fights.
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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

Carlos E. R.-2
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On Monday, 2011-10-31 at 09:54 -0700, Roger Luedecke wrote:

>> Do not make things so hard
>>   eject /dev/sr0
> Do not expect everybody to use CLI. If everybody was CLI oriented, we wouldn't
> have the GTK/KDE fights.

In this case, as the CLI does not work, the problem is worse. The GUI will
not work.

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Re: KDE - How do I view a CD with 12.1

gregfreemyer
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I added my info to:

https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=727110

I'd vote for that bug, but I don't remember how.

Greg

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 9:13 AM, Greg Freemyer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> All,
>
> I just upgraded my workstation to 12.1  (really -rc1 I think) via
> zypper dup last weekendn.
>
> I put a CD in my drive, but at least with KDE I'm not able to view it
> with Dolphin as I'm used to.
>
> Is there a trick, or a bug?
>
> Thanks
> Greg
>



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