Re: Write permission for an hfs-formatted partition?
Just give it the option uid and gid in the line :
/dev/sdb14 /mac_hfs hfs uid=1000,gid=1000 0 2
or whatever number you've got assigned to your user.
Works like a charm for me.
on 2/10/02 6:43 PM, William C Brennan at email@example.com wrote:
> I have an hfs-formatted partition mounted on my Linux system which I
> use to exchange data with my Mac when its booted with MacOS. For
> some reason I can not change the permissions, even as superuser. I
> would like to make the hfs partition writable even to the everyday
> Linux users (well, me as a non-superuser) just for convenience sake.
> Here's the line which automounts this partition in my /etc/fstab:
> /dev/sdb14 /mac_hfs hfs defaults 0 2
> Is there something special about a mounted hfs partition that
> prevents me from changing the permissions? How can I make this
> partition writable by everyone?
> -- Bill