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Thread: How to unmount /dev/sdb1 mounted at /media/cdrom0?

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    Default How to unmount /dev/sdb1 mounted at /media/cdrom0?

    Hi

    I'm booting BT from USB pendrive WITHOUT persistent config. (made by unetbootin)

    In BT3 and BT4 Beta /dev/sdb1 was mount /mnt/sdb1. I was able to put my files there and edit them

    Now with BT4 Pre-Final /dev/sdb1 is mounted as /media/cdrom and I'm unable to unmount it. The error is that "device is in use", but fuser doesn't show anything.

    So how can I umount /dev/sdb1 from /media/cdrom and mount it back as writable volume?

    Kind regards

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    What to say ..use new install tool.Don't use unetbootin,this will help you.

    How to install :

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    I don't want to install BT4 anyway. I don't need persistency.
    Booting from USB pendrive is enough for me, however I want to possibility to write to this pendrive....

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    tregorek, I'm having the exact same problem. I can't modify or add files to my thumbdrive (even simple text files). I get an error: "Could not write to /media/cdrom0/" ... then the filename.

    Did you overcome this?

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