Ubuntu Drive Visible to OS X?

Rob Diehl diehlr at bellsouth.net
Tue Sep 21 03:32:21 UTC 2004

Here's info on how to mount HFS and HFS+ partitions under Linux:

The procedure should be the same for Ubuntu as in Yellowdog. Editing 
fstab and running mount is all you should need.

>I'm almost sure there is a kernel module for that (read only), i don't
>know if it's compiled in the default ubuntu kernel package, but you can
>easily apt-get the kernel sources, copy the /boot/config file
>to /usr/src/kernel-src/.config and then add the modules you want. You
>should know how to compile a custom kernel, it's not that hard and
>debian has good documentation on the subject.

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