Re: mount hfs+ partition
shame, shame both of you: Read the Fine Manual.
hfs plus is mounted via -t ufs, there is no
such thing as -t hpfsplus !!!!
("man mount" for whole story)
--- Clive Menzies <email@example.com> wrote:
> On (30/10/06 09:48), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > This is what I have to work with:
> > debian-31r3-powerpc-netinst.iso install on a
> > old world, sonnet G3 500, 318 meg ram, cdrom,
> > Turned off journaling on my osx volume and checked
> and it is says no
> > under journaling
> > I have 2 mac partitions:
> > /dev/hda9 osx hfs+
> > /dev/hda10 os9 hfs+
> > tried to mount with:
> > debian:~# mount -t hfsplus /dev/hda10 /mnt/os9
> > mount: unknown filesystem type 'hfsplus'
> > debian:~# hmount /dev/hda10 /mnt/os9
> > Volume name is "BootX" (locked)
> > Volume was created on Mon Sep 18 19:10:46 2006
> > Volume as last modified on Mon Oct 30 09:24/05
> > Volume has 0 bytes free
> During the install if you <go back> during the
> install, you get the
> dropped into a menu from which you can select to
> load the hfs modules
> which should let you mount the mac partition.
> I can't remember which option exactly but it's
> something like 'load
> installer components'.
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