- Close all applications that were referencing the DVD/CD (k3b, kaffeine).
- Close all Konqueror windows.
- use "pkill Konqueror", "pkill k3b", etc. in the command line for good measure.
- THEN try to eject your DVD/CD
Let. Go. My. DVD.
This time I get
umount: /media/hdd is not in the fstab (and you are not root)I've just been burning DVDs like mad because my primary hard drive indicates it's failing while booting.
Please check that the disk is entered correctly
The last DVD seemed to burn, but produced an error at the end that it failed anyway. I re-loaded the DVD anyway and it popped up with the DVD name. I was able to open data on the disc. Soon after, I closed the pdf and pressed the button on the drive to eject. It wouldn't let me. The light is not on. The drive is not 'working' (no auditory indications that it is running). Ejecting the CD from the icon on the Desktop does not work and gives me the same error as well. Unmounting from there does the same. I did a search for this to come up with a command line solution.
ejectWill by default eject the cdrom. (By the way, the UNIX manual for eject is very well-written. "man eject | more"). I tried:
eject dvd(with and without "sudo" beforehand) but it gave me an error
umount: /media/hdd: device is busyIs there a command line way to force the drive to "stop" so I can eject it? Due to advice here, ejecting via the desktop icon should work, so I have to make sure that all programs referring to the cd/dvd are not running. *rolls eyes*
umount: /media/hdd: device is busy
Error: umount failed
eject: unmount of `/media/hdd' failed
pkill k3band then attempting to eject still gives me the same error. I was about to accuse them of being liars, but I started thinking "there can not possibly be another application locking up the DVD. " And then... "A Konqueror window opened when I loaded the DVD. But I closed that." And then... "but there is another Konqueror window open, listing the contents of my hard drive. That was open at that time, and it's still open now."
I closed all my Konqueror windows.And yes, now the DVD will eject (via right-clicking the DVD icon on the desktop).
I typed "pkill Konqueror" in the command line for good measure.