> I decided to try this - it's lovely for CDs & stuff. Two problems;
>> it doesn't seem to work for floppies (no floppy dir in /misc)
> how do you eject the cdrom/make the floppy ejectable ?
>Floppies.. hmm.. works for me, I take it mount /dev/fd0 works?
Have a look at the console log, I get a load of messages about opening
dev 02:00 (floppy) (I don't have a disk in).
Eject the cdrom, either wait for the timeout (1 mins as per that file,
you can decrease it if you want) or umount /misc/cd, and then use eject.
I haven't played with it enough, but you may be able to get an
after umount do this type thing.
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