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On Tue, 2008-07-29 at 17:14 -0500, Aaron Konstam wrote:
> I would guess you were correct but you are not. I used the file:
> 
>  ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list
> containing:
> 
> [Added Associations]
> x-content/audio-cdda=totem.desktop;
> x-content/video-dvd=livna-vlc.desktop;
> 
> I logged out and logged in. But rhythembox appeared and not totem as
> one of the options. Try it and see if you can make what you describe
> to work. Its frustrating.

Looking at the totem.desktop file, I don't find it listing cdda in the
MIME types that it supports, so it shouldn't get offered as a player for
them, though it (movie player) is on the right-click list when I browse
through the psuedo-tracks in Nautilus.  I didn't have an audio disc
handy when I responded, last night.

Can you get totem to play audio discs, manually?  I can't through the
play disc menu entry in the program, but can through the + button to
browse for a file, and I can externally.  

If you can, it would seem that you've added a plug-in for it, and that
should add to the list of MIME types it can accept.

Totem would seem a terribly bloated application for playing an audio CD.

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