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 Post Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:04 am 
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I used DVDFab-8.0.2.2 with wine and ubuntu 10.04 for quite some time and everything worked pretty well. After doing a fresh install of ubuntu 10.10 DVDFab didn't recognize my BD-ROM drive anymore.
In Ubuntu 10.04 I had to wait until the linux autorun had finished and then DVDFab started to check the disc. With Ubuntu 10.10 the linux autorun finishes but DVDFab does nothing.
I also upgraded to wine-1.3.5. But still the same result.
Did I miss anything ? Do I have to configure wine so that it recognizes my BD-ROM ?


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 Post Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:13 am 
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rumpumpel1 wrote:
Did I miss anything ? Do I have to configure wine so that it recognizes my BD-ROM ?

Is it mapped as a drive in winecfg?


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 Post Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:23 am 
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dimesio wrote:
rumpumpel1 wrote:
Did I miss anything ? Do I have to configure wine so that it recognizes my BD-ROM ?

Is it mapped as a drive in winecfg?


I configured manually in dosdevices the following entry: d: -> /dev/sr0
but it didn't help.


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this is the workaround I found: after inserting the disc and waiting until linx autorun has finished I create a link in dosdevices:
ln -sf /media/TITLE_OF_DISC d\:

It's not really nice because for every disc I have to change the link
but it works.


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 Post Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:48 pm 
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rumpumpel1 wrote:
I configured manually in dosdevices the following entry: d: -> /dev/sr0
but it didn't help.

Wrong, d: have to point to a mount directory. d:: should point to the device.
That's why you should use winecfg.

[quote="rumpumpel1"]It's not really nice because for every disc I have to change the link but it works.[/quot]
That means you HAL (dbus) is not working properly or you haven't installed it's 32-bit libraries for Wine to use.


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that's what I tried (see my post above).
I had in dosdevices the following link:
d: -> /dev/sr0

I also tried d: -> /dev/cdrom

Both don't work. It worked this way in ubuntu 10.04 but not
with the newer wine version in ubuntu 10.10.


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 Post Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:41 am 
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rumpumpel1 wrote:
that's what I tried (see my post above).
I had in dosdevices the following link:
d: -> /dev/sr0

I also tried d: -> /dev/cdrom

Reread what vitamin told you about pointing to the device vs. pointing to the mount point.

And you never answered my question about winecfg.


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in winecfg the drive has the type CD-ROM.


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 Post Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:06 am 
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rumpumpel1 wrote:
in winecfg the drive has the type CD-ROM.

Run this and check that Wine successfully communicates with HAL:
Code:
WINEDEBUG=+mountmgr wine notepad


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 Post Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:44 pm 
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this is the output of the command:

trace:mountmgr:DriverEntry L"\\Registry\\Machine\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Services\\MountMgr"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\Harddisk0"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume1"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000043}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume1"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\C:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume1"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\CdRom0"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000044}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\CdRom0"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\D:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\CdRom0"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume2"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000045}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume2"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\E:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume2"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\Harddisk1"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000046}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\Harddisk1"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\F:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\Harddisk1"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\Harddisk2"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000047}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\Harddisk2"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\G:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\Harddisk2"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume3"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000048}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume3"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\H:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume3"
trace:mountmgr:create_disk_device created device L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume4"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\??\\Volume{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000049}" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume4"
trace:mountmgr:add_mount_point created L"\\DosDevices\\I:" id (null) for L"\\Device\\HarddiskVolume4"
trace:mountmgr:initialize_diskarbitration Skipping, Disk Arbitration support not compiled in


how do I know, if it successfully communicates with HAL ?


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rumpumpel1 wrote:
how do I know, if it successfully communicates with HAL ?

While running Wine put a disk in and mount it. If you don't see anything - your Wine can't communicate to HAL.


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Before installaing ubuntu 10.10 I changed the SATA operation mode in the BIOS of the mainboard from IDE to AHCI.
Could this be the reason for all this trouble ?


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