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Eject allows removable media (typically a CD-ROM, floppy disk, tape
drive, or JAZ or ZIP disk) to be ejected under software control. The
command can also control some multi-disc CD-ROM changers, the
auto-eject feature supported by some devices, and close the disc tray
of some CD-ROM drives.

See the file INSTALL for instructions on how to compile and install
the program.

The following devices and configurations are known to work with eject:

Devices:
- 1GB and 2GB SCSI IOMEGA JAZ drives
- Apple PowerMac floppy drive
- HP1534 SCSI DAT tape drive
- IDE/ATAPI CD-ROM
- IDE/ATAPI IOMEGA 100MB ZIP drive
- IDE/ATAPI LS120 120MB floppy drive
- Parallel port IOMEGA 100MB ZIP drive
- SCSI CD-R drive
- SCSI CD-ROM
- SCSI MO Drive
- Sun SPARC floppy drive
- Fujitsu M2512A magneto-optical disk drive (SCSI)

Kernels:
- 2.0.36 (and earlier 2.0.x)
- 2.1.132 (and earlier 2.1.x)
- 2.2.16 (and earlier 2.2.x)
- 2.4.4 (and earlier 2.4.x)
- 2.6.11 (and earlier 2.6.x)
- with both the IDE, SCSI, and IDE SCSI emulation kernel drivers

Platforms:
- Intel (Red Hat)
- SPARC
- PowerPC
- DEC Alpha

It is loosely based on the SunOS eject command.

If you have any problems or suggestions, drop me a line. I'm
particularly interested in hearing if it does or doesn't work with
media other than CD-ROM or when running Linux on non-Intel machines.

Version 2.0 is mostly a rewrite of version 1.5 to clean up the source
and add a number of new features (and take out some useless ones).
Many thanks to the beta testers for version 2.0:

Andrea Borgia	Darius Davis	David Wheeler	Jochen Stein
Marko Makela	Mike Warnecke	Steve Linn	Tobias Richter
Richard Simpson

You may also find some of the following commands useful for managing
removable media:

gtkzip
jazip
mt
mzip
ziptool

Jeff Tranter
tranter@pobox.com

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