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Sometime fuser command will kill all process on the system. By the way, I am a retired electrical engineer with experience in hardware and software troubleshooting. For those who hate Linux command, toggle cd-rom tray using a hotkey is easier since Ubuntu provides a reserved Eject option in the keyboard settings utility. Buy Ubuntu Genius a Beer to say Thanks! This Site
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First drive CD-ROM ejects, second, DVDRW does not...used to work...system uptodate 14.04 lts, amd64.. It would then be a software issue. These Aren't Roasted! Oh, and the root filesystem needed some (automatic) repairs upon reboot.
rick April 3, 2008 Reply You can straighten out a paper clip and push it into the little hole on the front of any CD or DVD drive.
The drive did open, but the application hung, and something had changed irreversibly.
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Select "Sound and Media" from the left pane, then you should see the Eject option in the bottom of right pane.
The drive bay opened automatically after last command - i hadn't to push the hw button to eject.
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Ubuntu membership via Forums contributions Adv Reply August 24th, 2012 #7 Shadius View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Iced Almond Soy Ubuntu, No Foam Join Date Apr 2008 Location Thank you for the tip. Penalver (penalvch) wrote on 2014-02-15: #35 damgut, thank you for your comment. Eject Command Not Found Justin (jrmchenr) wrote on 2015-09-04: #43 This got me too..
I tried sudo umount /dev/cdrom and got the output umount: /dev/cdrom: not mounted. I just want to emphasize that my data has been collected objectively. For me, this happens on Lubuntu 12.10. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2041243 Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2013-12-26: #33 [Expired for udev (Ubuntu) because there has been no activity for 60 days.] Changed in udev (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Expired damgut (damgut) wrote
I'm guessing a scratch or smudge is on the disk. Centos Eject Cd You can use it from a terminal or simpler from the "Run application" dialog (e.g. A simple 'eject' works every time for me now even with an empty drive. You can copy, modify copies of this page, under the conditions stipulated by the license, as this note appears clearly.
I have ejected the tray serveral times, until it will not eject anymore and it seems to stop ejecting after the light stops blinking on the drive. With the disk in the closed tray the eject command returns no error,remove the disk and close the tray and the issue returns including the the eject command errors. The same problem remains even though I have re-installed Ubuntu 12.04 twice on the same machine. 4. Notify me of new posts by email. Linux Eject Cd Command
baron_army (baron-army) wrote on 2012-10-07: #9 I can report this issue on Mythbuntu 12.04. Join Date Jul 2012 Location ATL Beans 173 DistroUbuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr Re: CD/DVD Drive Unable To Eject Originally Posted by Irihapeti I'm having the same or a similar problem. Sometimes they don't want to eject, because they are mounted etc. An interesting thing is that the same Ubuntu 11.04 installation CD works perfectly in a Wubi environment but won't even work off the CD itself before any installation is attempted on
I haven't got the resources in terms of spare computers or high speed internet access to pursue this on my own. Eject: Cd-rom Tray Close Command Failed: Input/output Error I can insert one CD and eject it, but then the drive is unusable again until I issue the command above. I'm just going to do a reboot, but for future reference I'd love to find a solution.
If I run cdrecord -atip (trying to check the disk in the drive) I get: ....
Detected CD-R drive: /dev/cdrw Using /dev/cdrom of unknown capabilities Device type : Removable CD-ROM Version : 5 Response Format: 2 Capabilities : Vendor_info : 'HL-DT-ST' Identification : 'DVDRAM GSA-H42L ' Revision Related Posted in Bug/Problem Fixes & Work-Arounds, CDs & DVDs, Command-Line/Terminal, Essentials for Newbies, Hardware | Tagged CD, command, disc tray, drive, DVD, eject, force, Hardware, Linux, terminal, Ubuntu, unmount, Windows Not the answer you're looking for? Eject "unable To Open `dev/sr0'" Pages Introduction to thisBlog First Stop forNewbies Categories Audio/Sound/Music (10) Booting/Login/GRUB (24) Bug/Problem Fixes & Work-Arounds (76) CDs & DVDs (18) Command-Line/Terminal (36) Cool Programs (19) Desktop Customisation (45) Desktop Environments
LindseyD. (ai279) wrote on 2013-10-26: #32 Apologies for the delay in replying. You do not need to be root. Browse other questions tagged hardware cd-drive or ask your own question. Can you callqdbus?" Ubuntu 13.04/Nautilus 3.6 Fix: Open Selected Folder in Image Viewer or Movie Player with Nautilus-Actions Ubuntu 13.04/Nautilus 3.6 Fix: Open Selected Folders in New Windows with Nautilus-Actions Rhythmbox