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Re: [opensuse] Unmount option for USB-flashdisk in KDE 3.5 desktop icons
  • From: Patrick Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 00:51:54 -0400
  • Message-id: <20100409045154.GJ29324@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* John Andersen <jsamyth@xxxxxxxxx> [04-08-10 23:59]:

*But under KDE 4.4.2* Eject is not possible. There is no command line that
I can find to do the equivalent of Eject, because there is nothing mounted.
There is no option for eject in Dolphin or the Device Notifier.


iianm, the same "link-icon" that you mouse click on to "connect" the
device will perform the unlink/umount/eject function. In fact, just did
it with my Nikon D200 with the D200 usb interface set to "Mass Storage".

It is not possible to eject or umount the camera when the interface is
set to "PTP", but digikam attempts to "capture" an image via the camera
in this setting, like a "remote" control/tether. As the camera *should*
be powered down to connect/dis-connect, the device resets itself and
functions properly after dis-connect.

I fail to see any reason or purpose for a "umount" function.

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