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Using the eject command on CentOS

To eject a CD/DVD tray on a CentOS 7 system, you can use the eject command. With no arguments given to the command on the command line, i.e., a shell prompt, the tray will be ejected. To retract the tray, you can use eject --trayclose or -t. You can use -T or --traytoggle to open the drive, if it is closed or close it, if it is open.

If you specify the -n or --noop option, information on the device will be shown, but no action is taken.

$ eject -n
eject: device is `/dev/sr0'

You can use eject --default to see the default name for the device.

$ eject --default
eject: default device: `/dev/cdrom'

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