This happens with all self-made DVD's I have. Created those quite some time ago on Windows XP with Nero. My DVD player autostarts the DVDs. Windows 7 also plays/sees the files on the DVDs Commercial DVDs open normally, just as self-made data DVDs (old ones made with Gnomebaker), as do audio CDs and data CDs.
For several years I've been happily burning files to DVDs using k3b. A couple of months ago I began encountering a problem that now has me completely bewildered. Some recently burned DVDs will not mount in Ubuntu, although they seem to mount fine (and pass integrity tests) on several Macs.
I'm running Ubuntu Karmic, and for some reason it wont mount dvd's. I started having problems when I upgraded to Karmic when it was released. I am able to mount cds jsut fine, just no dvds. A friend gave me another drive to try, and no dice. So i have the disc for maple 13 that I need for school, i pop it in, nothing. I put the dvd in my wifes machine and it works just fine.
how can i get the other notification type thing, like cruncheee hadi like it more than the this ubuntu-style notification thingthere used to be a small box pointing at the thing, saying what the notification is all about and having a timer showing you how much it takes till it dissapearsi noticed debian netinstall has it
I use Webupd8's Go-mtpfs to mount Nexus 4 on Ubuntu 12.10. It mounts the folder in home directory. I use Banshee to manage my music and playlists. Banshee can't recognize the mounted folder as a music player and hence I can't sync my music. Is there a way that I can link or mount Nexus 4 in a way for it be recognized by Banshee as a music player for seamless music synchronization?
[re]setting up linux 12.04 sever. Created an LVM (DocShare) that I wanted to be my /home mount. I had already mounted DocShare to /mnt/DocShare [in error]. I then moved the /home mount to the UUID for the LVM DocShare as directed in the link below: