Yesterday I added a DVD ROM (Sony) to my machine (running Gnome 2010) which already had a DVD/CD Writer (LG) installed. It showed up immediately in the BIOS and in the PCC. But I now get a very strange message (strange at least to me) when I go to run a DVD in either device -
"Cannot mount volume.
The volume 'film title' uses the file system which is not supported by your system."
After which, if I go to start it from - for example - smplayer or VLC - it immediately mounts it then runs it. Also, the DVD's have been run a number of times using the original DVD device - and getting no such message.
The relevant fstab entries are as follows -
/dev/sr0 /media/cdrom ro,user,auto,exec user 0 0
/dev/sr1 /media/cdrom1 ro,user,auto,exec user 0 0
This is hardly a serious problem. But why am I now getting this apparently pointless message? Does it maybe indicate problems to come? And just for the record there is no such message with CD's.