The eject program currently only accepts devices specified with their
plain name, e.g. acd0, instead of /dev/acd0. This is a minor nuisance
for people coming from linux, since the linux eject accepts devices
with their full path. It might also break applications that expect
the eject program to accept a full path to the device file.
Fix: Please put these two patches into /usr/ports/sysutiles/eject/files,
and forward upstream if appropriate.
The first patch obsoletes the file patch-eject.c that is currently
applied to the port.
How-To-Repeat: Try 'eject /dev/<device>'. It won't work.
'eject <device>' in turn will work.
Dear maintainer of FreeBSD port sysutils/eject, please take a look at
Do you approve this patch?
Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Define universe and tell me three examples.
Asked maintainer for approval
yes. It is correct.
On 7/19/05, Pav Lucistnik <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear maintainer of FreeBSD port sysutils/eject, please take a look at
> Do you approve this patch?
> Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Define universe and tell me three examples.