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Original question :
On a workstation running Volume manager
When a CD audio is inserted, because it is not a regular file, the CD is
not mounted. But you can listen music just by plugging the headphones and
pushed the play button.
Problem: Anyboby which is logged on the same workstation can type eject and
the CD is ejected.
Is there a possiblity to avoid this ?
Response: Not a final response.
In fact even with a regular file, the CD is mounted but belongs to anybody.
SO same result for everyone which sends an eject command. In this case a
workaround is to cd to the folder of the CDRom: cd /cdrom/folder.
An other solution is to use the public utility sudo command to give
permission to the only user logged-in ( via the console) to use the command
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