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.
Jan 20, · /dev/sdb3 on /media/FreeAgent GoFlex Drive type hfsplus (ro,nosuid,nodev,uhelper=udisks) Use the mount command usually is the correct answer. Remember that distro's also have user permissions. Hi all, I couldn’t get my disk to mount as read and write either. I installed all the packages and have all the modules, but I’d still get the “hfs: write access to a journaled filesystem is not supported, use the force option at your own risk, mounting read-only.” message. And I have installed the hfsplus etc using sudo apt-get install hfsplus hfsutils hfsprogs After this I have retrieved the UUID for the disk usin Stack Exchange Network Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.
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.
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Is it possible with Ubuntu as well?Aug 21, · For Read/Write mounting: /dev/sdb2 /media/Macintosh_HD hfsplus rw,exec,auto,users 0 0 Note: if you want to write data on this partition, you must disable the journalization of this partition with diskutil under Mac OS.
I followed some other questions here and I came up with this mount command, which seems to properly work, providing read/write access to the partition: sudo mount -t hfsplus -o force,rw,sizelimit=$((*)) /dev/sda2 mount.
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Full read/write access to NTFS and HFS+ volumes! Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software is a unique combination of drivers for the NTFS and HFS+ file systems accessible from a Linux environment. I'm trying to mount an hfsplus filesystem in a Xubuntu VM (kernel version generic) but when I type mount -o remount,rw /dev/sdb3 in command line it returns not mounted or bad option.
And I have installed the hfsplus etc using sudo apt-get install hfsplus hfsutils hfsprogs After this I have retrieved the UUID for the disk usin Stack Exchange Network Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.