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Old 31st August 2006, 07:00 PM
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Where is "Removable Drives and Media"

I've been following your "FC-5 Installation Notes" but there must be some differeces in our set ups. For example earlier you said you could find find the Selinux controls on the "System" menu but they are not on my "System" menu. I found them on a menu named "Administration". But I can't find "Removable Drives and Media" anywhere. It's not under System>Preferences like it says in your notes.

Can you please tell me how I can set the Multimedia tab in the dialogue "Removable Drives and Media"? You said to check the box next to "Play video DVD disks when inserted" and to enter in the command box "totemdvd://".

Thank you,

Roy O'Neill
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