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[SLUG] Next problem ...
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- Subject: [SLUG] Next problem ...
- From: Harry Ohlsen <harryo@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun Jun 23 20:51:02 2002
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> You could try unloading and reloading the scsi module(s).
Thanks to Terry Collins for that. It worked a treat!
However, I now have another problem that I've not seen before, so I'm guessing
it has something to do with having reloaded those modules.
To test that the CD was burnt OK, I mounted it in the drive I normally use as
a CD reader (which happens to be IDE, so I'm not sure why the SCSI modules
have anything to do with the problem; it's just the only thing I can think of
The CD worked fine. I was able to umount it fine. However, when I tried to
eject the CD by hand it seems to be locked. Trying to use "eject /dev/cdrom"
gave me the error "eject: unable to eject, last error: Invalid argument".
Any ideas? By the way, I tried reloading the CD-ROM module ... who says you
can't teach an old dog new tricks; or should that be "to a little boy with a
hammer"? :-) ... but that didn't help.
Is there some way to unlock a CD device the kernel thinks is busy?
Thanks in advance,