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Project Summary

unieject is a drop-in replacement for usual eject command, which works on Linux and FreeBSD. It has more functionalities than FreeBSD's eject command, and it's partially compatible with Linux's one.

It also features a library to access functions to lookup devices and mountpoints, unmount and eject devices.

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cdrom eject freebsd linux mmc

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30 Day Summary

Apr 27 2015 — May 27 2015

12 Month Summary

May 27 2014 — May 27 2015

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