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How can I stop my CD drive ejecting?
When I was using Ubuntu 10.04 I used the command eject -i 1 to prevent the CD drawer being opened when the button was pressed. Now I have upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 this command no longer works. It ...
Mar 9 '12 at 14:26
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