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eject -T [cdrom_device]
Opens or closes the cdrom device.

By: raphink
2009-02-25 23:53:03

What Others Think

eject -T only opens my drive, doesn't close again, outputs "ioctl: Input/output error" eject -t works properly but doesn't open :( Ubuntu 7.10
sudopeople · 660 weeks ago
@sudopeople: not all trays support being closed. At work, my machine doesn't support it (mechanically, it can eject but not close), while my desktop at home supports it, and they both run Ubuntu 7.10.
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