Does Fedora Core 5 have hfs support?
Originally Posted by rcase5 Just thought I would pass this on, as it is not in any of the man pages! This drove me nuts for the better part of a day until I found a reference to this on some obscure web site discussing the kernel source code for FC6.
I'm posting it here in the hopes that it will be useful for someone. I wanted to mount that hard drive on one of my Linux systems running FC6 so I can take the data off. The man pages only mention HFS as a valid filesystem, so I tried mounting the volume with: I don't have the drive hooked up as I write this, so I can't go back and check.
I tried all kinds of variations of the above mount command, to no avail. Then, I found a reference to an 'hfsplus' file system on a web site discussing the source code for the FC6 kernel.
I was able to pull off everything I needed. I didn't try any of the HFS options with this, however. I would presume the hfs options would be valid on hfsplus, but this is only a guess.
Plus, I didn't try writing anything to the volume my main concern was data retrieval.
Anyway, hope someone finds this of use. Is it possible with Ubuntu as well? · I have a HFS+ journaled external hard-drive and need to be able to write to it on Ubuntu. I don't have access to my Mac, it's thousands of miles away and I won't have access to it for three months.
I don't have access to my Mac, it's thousands of miles away and I regardbouddhiste.com · When a volume is mounted in write mode, you can do everything with files and folders it contains: read, edit, delete, rename, create new.
HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software mounts supported volumes automatically at startup, so you don’t need to bother about it each time you restart the operating system or power your computer regardbouddhiste.com://regardbouddhiste.com · HFS Plus or HFS+ is a file system developed by Apple Inc.
The Linux kernel includes the hfsplus module for mounting HFS+ filesystems read-write. A Google Summer of Code project to implement write-support to journaled HFS+ regardbouddhiste.com · What are the differences between journaling HFS+ and non-journaling HFS+?
Ask Question. Linux compatibility is one, since it seems that the kernel's hfsplus module supports read & write on non-journaled HFS+, but only read on journaled HFS+.regardbouddhiste.com · Note: fsck does not work on HFS+, you have to use regardbouddhiste.coms for all HFS+ volumes.
For journaled HFS+ you have to use the force option (regardbouddhiste.coms -f /dev/sdxx). The Linux fsck program calls "helper" programs for each filesystem, normally called regardbouddhiste.com, where fsname is the specific filesystem name, such as regardbouddhiste.com://regardbouddhiste.com · Disable Journaling of Hfsplus Partition in Systems other than OSX?
Ask Question. while Linux can write into tfs, read hfs+, mac os x can read ext, ntfs but cannot write into them. MacDrive_ and MacDrive_ and MacDrive_ and MacDrive_ work great from windows 7 64 bit to write into HFS+ journaled even case sensitive regardbouddhiste.com