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Re: accessing file on HFS+

I suggest you to set your uid/gid the same as in osx so you don't have to chroot to access user files.

check (as root) : usermod, /etc/group



Mauro a écrit :
I figured out to mount and unmount HFS+ (OS X)
 mount -t hfsplus /dev/hda9 /mnt/macos/
and umount -t hfsplus /dev/hda9 /mnt/macos/

But I can't access user files.  How can I do this?
-by rebooting into OS X and moving/copying those files to shared?
-or is there is more elegant way to do this without rebooting into OS X,
aside getting mol running?


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