Description of problem:
"Eject" or "Unmount Volume" in desktop icon context menu for (user-mounted)
CD-ROM, floppy etc. appears to do nothing.
Device has to be unmounted via Disks on background menu.
Don't you even test *simple* things like this before making a release???
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. E.g. Disks->CD-ROM to mount CD-ROM, or let magicdev auto-mount it.
2. Right-click on CD icon, choose "Eject"
CD-ROM is ejected.
I don't use magicdev myself. magicdev is *evil*. I don't want millions of lines like
kernel: Device not ready. Make sure there is a disc in the drive.
in my system log.
Red Hat apologizes that these issues have not been resolved yet. We do want to
make sure that no important bugs slip through the cracks.
Red Hat Linux 7.3 and Red Hat Linux 9 are no longer supported by Red Hat, Inc.
They are maintained by the Fedora Legacy project (http://www.fedoralegacy.org/)
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Any bug still open against Red Hat Linux 7.3 or 9 at the end of 2006 will be
closed 'CANTFIX'. Again, if this bug still exists in a current release, or is a
security issue, please change the product as necessary. We thank you for your
help, and apologize again that we haven't handled these issues to this point.
I'm unable to reproduce this on recent Fedora Core or Enterprise Linux setups -
not even on Enterprise Linux 3 (which is very similar to Red Hat Linux 9) - so
I'll assume it is fixed. I don't think we can be 100% sure, though, as I suspect
this problem did not occur all the time in the past, but was seen only for
certain users and/or machines.