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eject [options ] [media ]

Solaris only. Eject removable media, such as a floppy disk or CD-ROM. Necessary for media being managed by vold , or for media without an eject button, such as the floppy drives on Sun SPARC systems. media is either a device name or a nickname, such as floppy or cdrom .

With volume management available, eject unmounts any filesystems mounted on the named media . In this case, it also displays a pop-up dialog if a window system is running. Without volume management, it simply sends an "eject" command to the given device.

Options

-d

Print the name of the default device to be ejected.

-f

When volume management is not in effect, force the eject, even if the device is busy.

-n

Display the list of nicknames and their corresponding real devices.

-p

Do not use a windowing pop-up dialog.

-q

Query to see if the device has media. Use the exit status to determine the answer.


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