If you cannot identify the processes using the disc, you can use the f user command, as shown in the following example. a#39;/, umount /cdrom umount: /dev/ sbpcd: device is busy fuser -v /cdrom /cdrom: USER PID ACCESS COMMAND tranter 50 , .c. , bash 6.3 How do I ... You need to add an entry to the /etc/exports file; see the exports (5) man page for details. ... The Panasonic SBPCD driver also has support for reading sound data beginning with the 2.0 driver included in the 1.1.22 kernel.
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