Upgrade 8.10 to 9.04, Creative Zen and gnomad2 - I think it's a BUG.
Under 8.10 I used gnomad2 successfully with Creative Zen MP3 player. But the device itself didn't mount automatically. After I upgraded to 9.04 doesn't recognise Zen. But it mounted automatically offering me options to open it in different ways.
Let me describe my actions (a) and results (b) under 9.04 by steps:
a) - Creative Zen is not attached to computer; launch gnomad2 via GUI.
b) - gnomad says "No jukeboxes found on USB bus".
aa) - launch gnomad2 via terminal using command "gnomad2".
bb) - gnomad loads with the same warning in GUI and with "PDE device NULL." in the terminal.
a) - Attach Creative Zen to USB
b) - the Disk Mounter at the panel shows TWO equal icons for mounted Zen. On the desktop appears an icon for mounted Zen too and I can browse, delete and add files in Zen. But Zen does NOT see them. I can see and manipulate them only by the computer browsers. Banshee and Rhythmbox dont recognise too.
aa) - launch gnomad2 via GUI.
bb) - gnomad says "No jukeboxes found on USB bus".
aaa) - launch gnomad2 via terminal using command "gnomad2".
bbb) - in GUI gnomad says "No jukeboxes found on USB bus", in the terminal - the following:
LIBMTP PANIC: Unable to initialize device
PDE device NULL.
Using command "sudo gnomad2" doesn't make diferrence.
a) - Click on one of the icons of Disk Mounter on the panel and choose "Unmount". That icon and the icon on the desktop disappear. BUT there still remains one icon for Zen now telling it's not mounted.
- Launch via GUI gnomad2.
b) - Gnomad recognises Creative Zen righteous. I can read, play and write files to and from it. The device sees the the written files. Banshee recognizes Zen too, Rhythmbox - no.
a) - click on the remaining icon in Disk Mounter and choose "mount".
b_ - an error message appears telling ""Disk Mounter" has quit unexpectedly" - Don't reload/Reload.
aa) - choose to reload Disk Mounter.
bb) - Disk Mounter reloads but is still unable to mount Zen.
aaa) - detach and immediately attach Zen to computer.
bbb) - no icon for mounted Zen; the already opened Rhythmbox begins to recognise Zen.