Re: Problems Mounting HFS on Mac & Linux
On 13 Elul 5761, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi all! When I did all the partitioning required for the installation
> of Debian, I left a 200 MB chunk to be used as an HFS exchange
> volume. Today, after I have got most everything sorted out, I decided
> to initialize it, create it, in other words, get it working. HD Setup
> wouldnt let me format just that little chunk of the disk, it said it
> had to wipe out everything, etc, etc, so I decided to use mac-fdisk
> under Linux. I created a new partition with the free space, called it
> "exchange" and made it of type Apple_HFS. Upon restarting into MacOS,
> however, it did not show up on the desktop and HD Setup does not list
> it as one of the partitions (in the List of Volumes it shows upon
> startup). I have a feeling there's something I'm missing here: would
> someone please point out what it is?
1. Boot off the Mac OS CD
2. Run Drive Setup
3. Select the drive with the partition on it
4. Go to "Volume Settings..."
5. Select the partition(s) you want to format HFS(+)
6. Check the box "Mount at startup"
7. Hit "OK"
8. Quit Drive Setup and reboot from the Mac OS CD
9. When you boot back to Mac OS, it should ask whether you want to
format those drives
Worked for me at any rate. (My wife told me I should have created a
an HFS partition at the beginning of the disk, to be deleted and broken
into correct Apple_Bootstrap and Linux partitions, and one at the end
for Mac OS using Drive Setup, but I didn't listen to her, and had to do
this the hard way too, by starting with mac-fdisk.)
Charles Sebold K'tivah V'chatimah Tovah 13th of Elul, 5761