I'm at loss here, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm on a newly installed Elyssa on a Dell Latitude D820.
Task at hand: run ripit (or any other application that can handle the following) whenever an audio cd is inserted to automagically and without interaction rip the cd to flac and eject it when finished.
I tried to set the preferred application (Elyssa menu -> Preferences -> Preferred Applications) for multimedia to custom with command "ripit -o /store/music -c 2 -q 8 -e --nointeraction", but still rythmbox pops up when I insert a audio cd. In gconf-editor I can see that the value for the key /desktop/gnome/applications/media/exec is as expected.
I've also tried to set /desktop/gnome/volume_manager/autoplay_cda to true and .../autoplay_cda_command to what I want, but this does not seem to be used at all.
Elyssa menu -> Preferences -> Removable Drives and Media does not seem to have any settings for cd playing either. If my memory serves me, it used to be here in earlier gnome versions.
I don't know whether this is a problem in Hardy as well, but I've done some googling and couldn't find anything.
Thanks in advance,