I recently updated my Fedora 16. I typically use Yum instead of Apper for all updates. After doing an update, if I boot up my computer, and try to access my CD drive, I get an "non-specified error: not authorized." and an info tab pops up and says "unable to mount 0B removable media". I've noticed when I boot, the icons in the bottom right, sound, and all of those, are now in nice colors. The funny thing is, if I log out, and log back in, my CD drive works fine, and all those nice colored icons, have changed to regular black/white, like before I did the update. I am on the latest kernel, which I think is 220.127.116.11, but I am at work now, and unsure. It is like I have no permission for the CD drive, until I log out, and back in. If I log in as root, it also works. I did notice that the CD drives are now part of the "cdrom" group, and I used my group manager software, I think it is "KUser" to add myself to that group. I am running Fedora 16 with KDE desktop. Anyone have any ideas? One more thing, I CAN burn a DVD when I boot up, but after burning it, I cannot access it without doing the log out/log back in.