How can stop iTerm2 from using the mounted disk I
cd'd into? Sometimes, even when i
cd out, it's still blocking the disk. I have to ⌘-Q the entire program which is very irritating. It's just idling anyway, there is no point in blocking the disk. So how can I disable it? I'm surprised I couldn't find any Google results either.
Force unmounting the disk does the trick for the time being:
diskutil unmount force /Volumes/MyVolume, however, I'm looking for a cleaner solution.