Jens Axboe wrote:
> > I always though about issuing some single call to lock or unlock the drive
> > (e.g. setcd), but I never thought about this. What do I have to do to make
> > this possible ? Could you give me some hint on how to allow root to unlock
> > it in a clean way ? I wouldn't be very happy to apply special 'CD-ROM
> > bootable interim hack' patches to each kernel I build for the project. Is
> > there a way to do this general enough so that it can go into the main
> > kernel (maybe another config option in /proc/sys/dev/cdrom if root should
> > be allowed to unlock under all conditions) ?
> I don't think that allowing root to unlock a busy tray is that big a
> deal, we have to assume he/she knows what they are doing anyway. But
> for now, you can try this patch.
Thank you, I will try it as soon as possible (hopefully tomorrow).
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