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Automatically delete Mac OS X dot files from MS-DOS filesystems
Authored by: axforts on Feb 16, '11 05:25:10PM

I've got the same problem.

Heres what I've done

ran terminal, became root.

used the cd /sbin command

opened textedit and made the file, renamed to umount (no extention)

ran the chmod command.

no longer can eject disks.



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