Ubuntu/Kubuntu on Mac G5.
RoadTripDK at MyRealBox.Com
Fri Jan 20 20:12:13 UTC 2006
On 20. jan 2006, at 2.57, Larry Grover wrote:
> You might try mounting it manually, from a terminal window.
> You said earlier that sdb has one HFS+ partition on it and the rest
> is blank space. Assuming the HFS+ partition is sdb, try:
> sudo mkdir /mnt/hfs
> sudo mount -t hfsplus /dev/sdb1 /mnt/hfs
> If that doesn't work, you might check to make sure that the HFS+
> partition really is sdb1.
I tried the following:
sudo mkdir /mnt/hfs
sudo mount -t hfsplus /dev/sdb3 /mnt/hfs
There wasn't anything that appeared on the desktop, but I was able to
access the partition by going to "file system - mnt - hfs" and could
access files. It would be nice with an icon on the desktop, but this
is a start :-)
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