Re: mount hfs+ partition
I think this is a problem with the install (2.6.8-3) on the r3 sarge CD, actually. Earlier versions (both r1 and r2), even if they didn't have hfsplus built into the kernel, at least had it as a loadable .ko module on the installer's initrd. Not the case with r3. I presume it's installed on the /target drive, and I suppose an insmod from there will work just as well, but I really get the impression that the installer initrd is as barebones as they come.
On 10/31/06, Ralf Saalmüller <email@example.com> wrote:
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Am 31.10.2006 um 07:54 schrieb brian:
> 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)
Sorry brian, I don't bother what the man mount does say, as I use
hfsplus for some years now on at least 3 debian installations and two
Ubuntu. hfsplus is alive!
One thing you might to is apt-get install hfsplus as it is a package
within otherfs. And debian is well known not always getting the whole
thing done. On the other side, hfsplus is part of the ppc kernel 2.4
There is such a thing as -t hfsplus.
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