Re: mount hfs+ partition
honest to god, i have only been able to mount
hfsplus partition with
mount -t ufs ufstype=openstep
as describe in man page for mount. if you can't
trust this, you surely are not using /usr/share/doc,
where most things have not been updated since woody ?
where do you get your information when things change,
then, do you read the source code ?
the package hfsplus, does not mount actually its
a virtual thing.
but the real hangup in both cases is its read only.
so for the original poster of this thread, no help
to copy things back from linux to mac os you need
an plain hfs partion, you can use mount -t hfs for
that or you can use the hfs package.
none of this has changed for me in the last year from
2.6.8 through 2.6.18 kernel.
ok, there are modules for all those kernel versions,
(which means what -- that the util packages use them,
probably, not necesarily the mount utility ...)
but in the absence of documentation or
in the presence of obsolete misleading documentation,
i don't have psychic powers, i can't cook up
out of my imagination.
--- Lionel Artom-Ginzburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 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 Saalmï¿½ller
> <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)
> > >
> > > brian
> > 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
> > and 2.6.
> > There is such a thing as -t hfsplus.
> > Ralf
> > - ---
> > Ralf Saalmï¿½ller
> > Amonshï¿½he 26
> > 97437 Hassfurt
> > Germany
> > PPCNUX-Team
> > http://www.ppcnux.org
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