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Re: Impossible to eject dvd?



On Sun, 2006-09-10 at 21:58 +0300, Filip Tsachev wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> When I inserted dvd+rw, it was mounted. I wanted to rewrite it with
> k3b. Tried using gnome-umount -u /dev/hdc, with no luck. While right
> clicking the device only offers eject as an option. Had to use umount
> /dev/hdc as root, because using it as an user produced the output:
> "it's not in fstab and you're not root". Guess I miss something about
> gnome-mount in the overall picture.

To unmount using gnome-umount, isn't the command gnome-umount
-ud /dev/hdc ?  The gnome-{u,}mount commands don't assume a device file
argument AFAIK.  You can use other things as arguments such as the
volume pseudonym.  You can often detect open files with fuser(1) or
lsof(8), if that's a problem.

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