When I used SoundJuicer the first time in 12.04, it worked correctly. When reading the second CD, it failed completely with the message: "SoundJuicer could not read the track listing on this CD. Reason: Cannot access CD: The specified location is not mounted".
Which is odd, since I am getting there through the GUI file system.
Is this a known bug (but is somehow not searchable using the exact error message, either as a quoted string, or as the list of tokens)? Is there some other search term that I should have used? I'll admit to being a newbie Ubuntu user, but I use RedHat at work, and often have to debug system level events-- those are easy to find via the error string. Am I wrong to expect otherwise here? Should I have searched the SoundJuicer site?
I sent a "report" (is that ubuntu-bug? I can't find that in my process table in the system-monitor-- is it for some reason not listed?), but thought that instead of waiting on an answer, I'd try to find a solution without waiting since there was a (remarkably) similar bug in 11.10. The core-dump is "helpfully" hidden (and I cannot seem to copy from the report in any case), but I can report that the problem originates in gvfsd-cdda.