I use Archlinux mainly, but I am impressed with Vector so far. Excellent work, devs and community!
On Arch, I have no cdrom nor dvd entries in fstab whatsoever, and DVD's mount upon insertion, which is what I want to do with Vector.
On Vector, with no cdrom nor dvd entries in fstab, I must manually mount from the console..udev or hal seems to be missing something.
When I add fstab entries for cdrom and dvd, handling of both is clunky from the desktop- inserting a DVD brings up 3 windows one for cdrom, cdrecorder and dvd asking what I want to do, along with desktop icons for each. ( Its also awkward to unmount or eject by device icons, since they don't seem to work right) I also must manually add the path to /dev/hda in VLC to get anything to play.
My question is, how can I make Vector more cleanly handle DVD's/CD's?