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Re: reading linux from MacOs


> There's something called hfsplusutils? Hmm. It doesn't seem to be
> available
> in debian-powerpc.
Actually, there is indeed something which allows one to read from hfs+.

$ apt-cache show hfsplus
Package: hfsplus
Priority: optional
Section: otherosfs
Installed-Size: 208
Maintainer: Jens Schmalzing <jensen@debian.org>
Architecture: powerpc
Version: 1.0.2-2
Depends: libhfsp0, libc6 (>= 2.2.1-2), libhfsp0
Filename: pool/main/h/hfsplus/hfsplus_1.0.2-2_powerpc.deb
Size: 41258
MD5sum: 2450472b9b6d80ce0eb1d834aebd703f
Description: tools to access HFS+ formatted volumes
 HFS+ is a modernized version of Apple Computer's HFS Filesystem.
 Nowadays, it is widely used with more recent versions of MacOS.
 Unfortunately, it is not yet supported by the Linux kernel.  hfsplus
 consists of a library and set of tools that allow access to HFS+
 This package contains the tools themselves.


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