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Re: how to access hfs partition?

On Sat, May 03, 2003 at 02:33:16AM +0100, Grzesiek Sedek wrote:
> this is my partition:
> /dev/hda12              Apple_HFS Mac                24927208 @ 14142864
> ( 11.9G)  HFS
> after mounting it with mount -t hfs i get:
> -rwxr--r--    1 root     root         1778 Nov 30 18:54
> Where_have_all_my_files_gone?
> Looks like HFS extended... any ideas how to mount it?

If you have the support in your kernel, you can use "mount -t hfsplus"
but that isn't in very many kernels. The benh tree has had the HFS+
patch applied for a while. The patch for the mainstream Linux kernel is
available on Sourceforge (http://www.sf.net/projects/linux-hfsplus/).

Note that it's currently read-only, and doesn't support resource
forks or finderinfo.

	Brad Boyer

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