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Rick Pasotto 10-04-2010 04:05 PM

how to insert a cd without running a program
 
I have some cds I want to rip. When I insert a cd, gxine runs which I
then have to cancel. How can I prevent gxine (or any other program) from
running? I don't see anything under 'System->Preferences->Preferred
Applications' or 'System->Preferences->Removable Drives and Media'.

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Camaleón 10-04-2010 04:23 PM

how to insert a cd without running a program
 
On Mon, 04 Oct 2010 12:05:46 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:

> I have some cds I want to rip. When I insert a cd, gxine runs which I
> then have to cancel. How can I prevent gxine (or any other program) from
> running? I don't see anything under 'System->Preferences->Preferred
> Applications' or 'System->Preferences->Removable Drives and Media'.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

It is indeed there (Multimedia tab), at least in Lenny/GNOME.

Mine is setup for DVD video:

[x] Auto-launch inserted media and "play with Totem".

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Rick Pasotto 10-04-2010 05:41 PM

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On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 04:23:32PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:
> On Mon, 04 Oct 2010 12:05:46 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:
>
> > I have some cds I want to rip. When I insert a cd, gxine runs which I
> > then have to cancel. How can I prevent gxine (or any other program) from
> > running? I don't see anything under 'System->Preferences->Preferred
> > Applications' or 'System->Preferences->Removable Drives and Media'.
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> It is indeed there (Multimedia tab), at least in Lenny/GNOME.
>
> Mine is setup for DVD video:
>
> [x] Auto-launch inserted media and "play with Totem".

Well, yes, I saw that but knew that was not what controlled it. You see,
mine too is set for Totem but it's actually gxine that runs. So, it's
got to be somewhere else.

Also there is no option there NOT to run a program.

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Camaleón 10-04-2010 07:55 PM

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On Mon, 04 Oct 2010 13:41:11 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 04:23:32PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:

>> It is indeed there (Multimedia tab), at least in Lenny/GNOME.
>>
>> Mine is setup for DVD video:
>>
>> [x] Auto-launch inserted media and "play with Totem".
>
> Well, yes, I saw that but knew that was not what controlled it.

How is that? Are you in Lenny? If yes, there is a checkbox you can toggle
to enable/disable that option :-?

> You see, mine too is set for Totem but it's actually gxine that runs.
> So, it's got to be somewhere else.
>
> Also there is no option there NOT to run a program.

Can you please load a snapshot?

Anyway, (in lenny) you can open Gconf editor and change it from there:

/desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd
/desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd_command

In squeeze, you can even select "Do nothing" for any kind of detected
media.

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Rick Pasotto 10-04-2010 10:30 PM

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On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 07:55:53PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:
> On Mon, 04 Oct 2010 13:41:11 -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:
>
> > On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 04:23:32PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:
>
> >> It is indeed there (Multimedia tab), at least in Lenny/GNOME.
> >>
> >> Mine is setup for DVD video:
> >>
> >> [x] Auto-launch inserted media and "play with Totem".
> >
> > Well, yes, I saw that but knew that was not what controlled it.
>
> How is that? Are you in Lenny? If yes, there is a checkbox you can toggle
> to enable/disable that option :-?

I'm running as much of testing as aptitude will allow me.

> > You see, mine too is set for Totem but it's actually gxine that runs.
> > So, it's got to be somewhere else.
> >
> > Also there is no option there NOT to run a program.
>
> Can you please load a snapshot?

Attached (if the list accepts attachments) otherwise http://niof.net/dt/.

> Anyway, (in lenny) you can open Gconf editor and change it from there:
>
> /desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd
> /desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd_command

Neither that nor autoplay_cda had any effect. The command shows totem
but gxine is what runs.

> In squeeze, you can even select "Do nothing" for any kind of detected
> media.

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Hugo Berus 10-05-2010 07:45 AM

how to insert a cd without running a program
 
Hi

On 4 October 2010 18:05, Rick Pasotto <rick@niof.net> wrote:
> I have some cds I want to rip. When I insert a cd, gxine runs which I
> then have to cancel. How can I prevent gxine (or any other program) from
> running? I don't see anything under 'System->Preferences->Preferred
> Applications' or 'System->Preferences->Removable Drives and Media'.

And under System -> Preferences -> File Management -> Media ?

HB


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Camaleón 10-05-2010 07:55 AM

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Rick Pasotto writes:
>
> On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 07:55:53PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:

> > How is that? Are you in Lenny? If yes, there is a checkbox you can toggle
> > to enable/disable that option :-?
>
> I'm running as much of testing as aptitude will allow me.

Then it is located under Nautilus preferences.

> > Can you please load a snapshot?
>
> Attached (if the list accepts attachments) otherwise http://niof.net/dt/.

Well, that explains all: you are looking in the wrong place :-)

> > Anyway, (in lenny) you can open Gconf editor and change it from there:
> >
> > /desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd
> > /desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_dvd_command
>
> Neither that nor autoplay_cda had any effect. The command shows totem
> but gxine is what runs.

Testing has not that keys, they are only available for Lenny.

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