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I have a problem installing UT2k3. When the installer asks for the next cd, I can't eject the CD - ROM, because it's mounted, but I also can't unmount it, ...
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    UT 2003 Install problem


    I have a problem installing UT2k3. When the installer asks for the next cd, I can't eject the CD - ROM, because it's mounted, but I also can't unmount it, because it's in use. Is there any way to fix this? I'm using SuSE 9.0.

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    Begin by checking if it is the installer or another program that is using the CD:
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    fuser -mv /mnt/cdrom

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    # fuser -mv /media/cdrecorder/
    USER PID ACCESS COMMAND
    /media/cdrecorder/ Mo6eB 1963 f.... kdeinit
    Mo6eB 2231 f.... xterm
    Mo6eB 2241 f.... makeself2241
    Mo6eB 2268 f.... setup.sh
    Mo6eB 2284 f.... . setup2268

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    Well, that does look like the installer. In that case, there is either a bug in their installer, since it doesn't give up the CD, or you might not be using it properly. Check if there is a README file or the like, and see if it says something about it.

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    There is a bug with their installer. I believe you have to copy the installer to your home directory and run it from there. But check on the web, it's a common question,
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