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Re: How to unlock a hfs partition?

At Mon, 10 Dec 2007 18:49:49 +0100, Ennio-Sr wrote:
> [using  2.6.18-5-powerpc  GNU/Linux on a iBool]
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to copy a file from ext2 to hfs partition, but the command:
> # mount -t hfs -o rw /dev/hda25 /mnt
> yields the warning:
> hfs: filesystem is marked locked, mounting read-only.
> Is there any way to unlock it?
> Thanks for your attention,
> 	Ennio

Since you have a hfs partition, I assume you have a dual-boot with

In that case, simply boot in OSX: the file system will be checked and
unlocked.  After reboot in linux, you will be able to mount it


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