[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#582837: Bug#582837: thunar-volman: Acts as if audio CD has been inserted after suspend.

Yves-Alexis Perez corsac at debian.org
Mon May 24 08:31:48 UTC 2010

On dim., 2010-05-23 at 20:26 -0400, John Lindgren wrote:
> This may be a HAL problem, I don't know.  I have Thunar's volume manager
> set to play an audio CD when I put one in the drive.  The problem is
> that if I suspend the computer half way through the disk and then turn
> it on again, Thunar starts the CD player again as if I had just put the
> disk in, so it starts playing from the beginning of the disk again.
> This applies to other removable media as well, such as DVD's and USB
> thumb drives. 

I think a good way to know which part is at fault would be to stop hal,
run it with --no-daemon in a terminal, then suspend and resume, and see
if it re-discover the audio cd.

The thing is, I think hal might definitely be the faulty part here, but
I'm not sure there are much way to workaround that, when resuming it'll
need to check the various pieces of hardware, and I don't think there's
a good way to know “the cd was already inserted when I suspended”, so my
best bet would be either to disable the autodetection, or to not suspend
with a disc inside.

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