This one I got working already, but thanks. Wish I could get amarok to open
when I connect my ipod.
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 1:54 PM, Philippe Piquer <email address hidden>
> I also had to dig deep into Google to find a correct answer (at least one
> that work) for VLC.
> So resolving this important for Mr Everybody.
> [hardy] media tab in file management preferences missing applications
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> of a duplicate bug.
> Status in Personal photo management for the GNOME desktop: Fix Released
> Status in "amarok" source package in Ubuntu: Confirmed
> Status in "brasero" source package in Ubuntu: Fix Released
> Status in "exaile" source package in Ubuntu: New
> Status in "f-spot" source package in Ubuntu: Fix Released
> Status in "gthumb" source package in Ubuntu: New
> Status in "rhythmbox" source package in Ubuntu: Fix Released
> Status in "vlc" source package in Ubuntu: Triaged
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: nautilus
> Under system->preferences->file management, the "media" tab does not detect
> a lot of the installed applications.
> For instance, on a standard hardy alpha 4 install, both Music Player and
> Photos are disabled, with the text "No applications installed", despite
> Rhythmbox and F-spot being installed on the system.
> Additionally, under the "other media" section, it's not possible to select
> brasero to be the default for "blank cd disc".
> This tab seems to duplicate most of the functionality from "Removable
> Drives and Media", and the settings in it don't match up with what's set in
> the removable drives and media app. I think it should probably be hidden in
> the standard hardy install to prevent confusion.
> For reference, here's the list of mime types nautilus uses:
> "media_audio_cdda_combobox", "x-content/audio-cdda",
> "media_video_dvd_combobox", "x-content/video-dvd",
> "media_music_player_combobox", "x-content/audio-player",
> "media_dcf_combobox", "x-content/image-dcf",
> "media_software_combobox", "x-content/software",