HFS+ partitions

Computer/linux 2010.01.07 06:44
  • check "kernel configure"
    less /boot/config-2.6.18-164.* |grep  MAC_PARTITION

    CONFIG_MAC_PARTITION=y  means one can do "read", "write", or "both".
  • check device, which one connect to Linux machine
  • mkdir /media/test
  • mount -t hfsplus /dev/sda3 /media/test
    if you gdm or whatever display manager mounts the device automatically, try to do it in a console (CTRL+ALT+F1).
  • journal must be turned off in order to get a write permission on your device.

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posted by citadel
Create iso file from CD / DVD
  • sudo umount /dev/cdrom
  • dd if=/dev/cdrom of=whateverfilename.iso
Create iso file from a local directory
  • mkisofs -r -o whateverfilename.iso /local_directory

mount and umount iso file with sudo or su
  • mkdir /media/imgae
  • modprobe loop
  • mount whateverfilename.iso /media/image -t iso9660 -o loop
  • umount /media/image

reference http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Feisty/CDDVDBurning

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