ejectAllVolumes Dashboard Widget v1.1.0

Eject All Volumes widget v1.1.0

This is an update to the ejectAllVolumes Dashboard Widget.

This version Will give you a list of mounted volumes. You can deselect any volumes that are listed to exclude them from the unmount action.

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Date
June 18, 2008
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7:02 pm
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ejectAllVolumes dashboard widget v1.0.1

Eject All Volumes

Today I’m releasing a Dashboard widget that will allow you to execute a bash script that will eject all mounted volumes with 1 button click.

To download the widget: Download ejectAllVolumes widget 1.0.1 (Zip file)

For more details check out the ejectAllVolumes project page.

Date
June 6, 2008
Time
5:15 pm
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ejectAllVolumes v1.0.1: update

I got some feedback after passing this out to a few friends. Here is what I’ve changed:

  • Removed clear
  • Output the display message to /dev/null
  • Removed echo "complete"

These changes remove any of the outputs to the display. The only time you will receive a message is if you have file that is currently open in an application and the script cannot unmount the volume.

For more details check out the ejectAllVolumes project page.

Date
June 5, 2008
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11:54 pm
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ejectAllVolumes v1.0.0: Eject all mounted volumes from your Mac

After some tooling around I’m finally releasing a little bash script called ejectAllVolumes. This script is named after it’s purpose. It will safely eject all mounted volumes from your Mac.

For more details check out the ejectAllVolumes project page.

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6:09 pm
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