Kaffeine problem [SOLVED]
kubuntu at mfraz74.orangehome.co.uk
Wed Jul 2 16:23:03 BST 2008
On Wednesday 02 July 2008 15:37:09 Wulfy wrote:
> Jonas Norlander wrote:
> > 2008/7/2 Wulfy <wulfmann at tiscali.co.uk>:
> >> Mark Fraser wrote:
> >>> On Tuesday 01 July 2008 20:32:59 Wulfy wrote:
> >>>> I'm trying to play an encrypted DVD. I have libdvdcss2 installed from
> >>>> medibuntu. Kaffeine refuses to autoplay saying it needs the libdvdcss
> >>>> package. If I mount the DVD and play the individual .vob files,
> >>>> everything works.
> >>>> Any idea what's wrong?
> >>>> Up-to-date Hardy upgraded from Gutsy RC1 disk install (my motherboard
> >>>> popped and I had to reinstall). It worked before the reinstall.
> >>> Try entering
> >>> ls /dev/ | grep dvd
> >>> from Konsole and printing the results here.
> >> wulfy at kubuntu:~$ ls /dev/ | grep dvd
> >> dvd1
> >> dvdrw1
> > I think Kaffeine and other xine programs is looking for /dev/dvd as
> > default. It looks like you been hit by this bug
> > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udev/+bug/223534 try the
> > workaround i mention there and you should have your /dev/dvd symlink
> > restored. Dont know if thats the cause to your problem but it's worth
> > a try.
> > / Jonas
> I looked in xine's parameters under Settings in Kaffeine. It was
> looking for the dvd at /dev/dvd. On a whim, I changed that to /dev/dvd1
> and now it plays the DVDs no problem! It appears to be a wrong error
> message. What it should say is "where the heck have you hidden the
> DVD???" :@)
> Thanks to all who helped! :@D
The other way of doing it would've been to have followed the link that Jonas
posted. Which was to:
sudo mv 75-cd-aliases-generator.rules 75-cd-aliases-generator.rules~
restart the computer and your DVD drive should be back at /dev/dvd.
I don't like the way they say it's only a minor problem as all my machines
here were affected in one way or another.
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