Media without volume are not recognized
Submitted by ulrik sverdrup
Using version 0.12.1-1 (debian) of rhythmbox, my ipod can not be used. It was possible using 0.11.x. I mount the ipod with sshfs via fuse; I think rhythmbox does not handle fuse volumes as they don't have an associated volume (gio term). This is a "regression" (if I'm allowed to call it that) because of the gio port.
This is what rhythmbox -d says when I mount the ipod:
(00:56:37) [0x105ae1b0] [rhythmdb_mount_added_cb] rhythmdb-monitor.c:463: volume file:///media/ipod mounted (00:56:37) [0x105ae1b0] [rb_removable_media_manager_add_mount] rb-removable-media-manager.c:608: Unhandled media, no volume for mount
Can rhythmbox be adapted to mounts without volumes? It seems "volume" is an item representing an item that might be mounted or not, such as a connected usb stick; while mount is an object existing only since it's mounted (fuse filesystems).
In 0.11.x, I could browse the iPod, create playlists, and add new songs to it. I have libgpod4 installed. The iPod is jailbroken to allow ssh access, of course.
Originally reported in debian as http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=534121