> One problem we've encountered is that Solaris reserves the directory
> /vol for mounting cdroms, floppies, etc. Unfortunately, we've also
> been using /vol as a auto-mount point for several of our globally
> accessible NFS file-systems. Moreover, a lot of our scripts and
> software expect to be able to use /vol to access other files.
> We've tried changing vold's directory to '/vold', and this works but
> 'eject cdrom' doesn't work now (it reports "No such volume...").
> So, is there a way to get eject to work if we've changed vold's
> mount point?
to use /vold instead of /vol. I can usually get the cdrom to eject by
using "eject /vold/dev/rdsk/c0t6/*" or something like that. To get floppies
to eject, use "eject /vold/dev/rdiskette0"
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