[TriLUG] unmounting cdrom
John J. Cruz
casacruz at bellatlantic.net
Tue Jan 1 20:54:54 EST 2002
I have had this problem in the past and present. My solution has been
to select a directory other then the one asociated with the CDROM. It
seems that as long as a directory is associated with the CDROM it
(kernel?) things that the CDROM is in used (my conjecture).
On Mon, 2001-12-31 at 14:25, Sanjeev Rathore wrote:
> I sometime have problem unmounting my CD.
> Computer tells me that the CD is busy.
> I don't see the busy light on the CD-ROM.
> I am not in the /mnt directory when I try to unmount.
> I use 'fuser -v /mnt/cdrom' to find the PID.
> The PID for the CD-ROM is: kernel
> How can I unmount CD-ROM without shutdown.
> Why is kernel busy reading my CD(if that is true).
> Why the PID is not a number?
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