Subject: Re: #ifdef __i386 in usr.bin/eject
To: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org.OZ.AU>
Date: 10/25/1995 14:01:57
[ On Mon, October 23, 1995 at 23:54:36 (GMT), Ty Sarna wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: #ifdef __i386 in usr.bin/eject
> On the whole the eject program is nice, though. One good addition would
> be to allow it to accept a mount point as an argument, so one could say
> "eject /mnt" and have it eject the floppy or disk or whaveter was
> mounted there.
How about the SunOS-4.1.x usage:
ttyp1:<woods@most> # eject -?
eject: illegal option -- ?
usage: eject -dfnq [ name | nickname ]
options: -d show default device
-f force eject even if device is mounted
-n show nicknames
-q query for media present
i like how "eject" (no args) works under sunos. i really wish
that it would under netbsd, also. it just ejects the cdrom or
floppy (or both? don't know)...
(hmm. i'm not sure how this works with the -d, which, on my
4.1.4 box says it's the fd device..."whatever")