Fri, 02 Jan 1998 14:01:38 -0500
If the module is loaded, or the device is mounted it will not eject. I
have also run into occasions where even if the above two are not true,
it still will not eject. I find in these cases unplugging the parport
cord and reconnecting it works.
Howard Cheng wrote:
> How do I get a Shark disk to eject from a Shark drive? I have the
> ep.c driver downloaded, and I can access the disk just fine. But I can't
> eject a disk by hitting the button when I am in Linux. Is there anything
> I can do to eject a disk?
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