audacious audio cd plugin has default path for cdrom mounting set to /mnt/cdrom instead of /media/cdrom

Bug #162977 reported by Grzegorz Galezowski on 2007-11-15
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audacious (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

When I tried to play audio CD in audacious, it says that audio cd is not in drive, but it is. Then I had a look at audio cd plugin preferences (Preferences->Plugins->CD Audio) and saw in its preferences that path for CD is set to /mnt/cdrom, but, as far as I remember, the default path for mounting CD in Ubuntu has been /media/cdrom. This can be an obstacle for someone who thinks that "Add Audio CD" option in audacious should "just work".

hi,

Audacious 1.4 in Hardy (Alpha1 even) doesn't use that plugin anymore,
but instead uses one based on libcdio which doesn't require mounting.

Thanks for reporting this bug though.

 status fixreleased

On Tue, 2007-12-04 at 22:31 +0000, Launchpad Bug Tracker wrote:
> You have been subscribed to a public bug:
>
> When I tried to play audio CD in audacious, it says that audio cd is not
> in drive, but it is. Then I had a look at audio cd plugin preferences
> (Preferences->Plugins->CD Audio) and saw in its preferences that path
> for CD is set to /mnt/cdrom, but, as far as I remember, the default path
> for mounting CD in Ubuntu has been /media/cdrom. This can be an obstacle
> for someone who thinks that "Add Audio CD" option in audacious should
> "just work".
>
> ** Affects: audacious (Ubuntu)
> Importance: Undecided
> Status: New
>

Changed in audacious:
status: New → Fix Released
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