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Re: HFS Plus on Linux ?

My system has always a 2 GB hfs partition mount in fstab on /hfs/ I have run it for months now and yet no problems, I call it my XPlatform partition... and as I only have access to internet via SAGEM Planet 3 ISDN card (In which I have found 0 - zero drivers for under linux) I need MacOS to send and receive mail...

On torsdag 13. september 2001 13:54, Kevin van Haaren <kevin@vanhaaren.net> wrote:
>At 12:31 AM -0800 9/13/01, Ethan Benson wrote:
>>On Wed, Sep 12, 2001 at 06:17:54PM -0700, Mike Fedyk wrote:
>>>  Ethan, do you have any specific information on when/how HFS was corrupted?
>>when you write to it.
>>>  What kernel versions?
>>>  I've heard about this problem for a while, but I haven't seen anything that
>>>  talked about what specific operations were performed to create the 
>>mounting it -o rw instead of -o ro is all thats required.
>Is it a guaranteed thing?  I've been mounting a small HFS partition 
>and copying my kernels to it for boot x for a year.  I've not had any 
>problems.  I don't compile a whole lot of kernels so I'm not writing 
>to it everyday, but it isn't unusual for me to spend a weekend 
>dinking around with a kernel and copying 2-10 kernels to the 
>partition during that time.
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