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

John Lindgren john.lindgren at tds.net
Mon May 31 18:29:13 UTC 2010

Did you mean "/etc/init.d/hal stop ; /etc/init.d/hal start --no-daemon"?
That didn't make a difference.

John Lindgren

On Mon, 2010-05-24 at 10:31 +0200, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> 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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