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I have fedora 15 installed on a Toshiba satellite laptop. Whenever I put in a cd say one that is a livecd disk and view the files things are ok. ...
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    CD Issue in fedora 15


    I have fedora 15 installed on a Toshiba satellite laptop. Whenever I put in a cd say one that is a livecd disk and view the files things are ok. When I remove the cd and put in anything like a music cd the laptop still show the contents of the livecd. The only way to see the new files is to reboot. This is a dual boot machine with win7. Any help would be great.

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    I expect that your Fedora is auto-mounting and that the livecd after being removed is not unmounted which is why you see the livecd even after you put a new cd in. I'm not a Fedora user, but if you see the contents of a CD by clicking on a Desktop icon or an icon in the /media directory, you could try right clicking it and seeing if you have mount/umount options. Otherwise, googling mounting disk in Linux/Fedora should get you a lot of info.

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