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|Linux Commands - Managing Drivers and Formats|
This will unmount a drive. This command may be used to unmount a floppy, CDROM, or usb disk. It may also be used to unmount partitions as well.
This will unmount the CDROM.
Often new Linux distributions may call your CDROM a CDRECORDER or DVDRECORDER if they can burn CDs or DVDs.
If you needed to unmount a partition it would be the same process. For example if your partition was a backup partition called /bk you could unmount that partition with this command: