Ubuntu 9.04 64bit wont let me access CDROM
I can't view /media/cdrom as a normal user. if I cd into as a super user, i can view it. If i launch a nautilus window as a super user, I can view it.
As a normal user it is empty. If i try to access it from "computer://" then i get a "cannot mount file"
The cd is a data DVD I burnt on Windows Vista last year. It reads fine on a Windows machine, and I can view the files as a super user, but I cant do anything with the files.
I tried to copy them to the desktop and got a "you do not have permission". I cannot change the permissions through the "properties" window because it is "read only" (according to the error).
I am a member of CDROM
I am pretty sure Vista put some file permissions on it and all my other data files. I can use other cd's made with Ubuntu just fine, but the ones made with vista, have permissions troubles.
uid=1000(phun) gid=1000(phun) groups=4(adm),20(dialout),24(cdrom),46(plugdev),109(lpadmin),117(admin),122(sambashare),1000(phun)