Nigel Henry wrote:
Hi Mikkel. On the Ubuntu list I saw the suggestion to remove the
70-persistant-cd.rules file, where someone was having a problem with Kaffeine
identifying the correct name for the optical device (hda versus scd0).
I wouldn't suggest removing the file, but re-naming it (just in case), but
shouldn't the next time you re-boot, just re-create the file, based on the
fact that Paul only has one optical drive, and the newly created rules should
be using cdrom, and not cdrom1.
Just a thought, and I'm definately no udev guru.
Yes, it can be done that way as well - it usually works. But instead
of renaming the file, move it to another directory. I have a
directory /root/save just for things like that.
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