[CentOS] HFSPlus Question
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Fri Jun 3 03:45:25 UTC 2016
On Tue, May 31, 2016, 7:59 PM Albert McCann <albert.mccann at outlook.com>
> In CentOS 7.2.1511 does the 3.10.0-327.18.2.el7.centos.plus.x86_64 (Plus)
> kernel read HFSPlus iMac drives? I don't see any hfsplus modules installed
> anywhere, so I suspect not.
It's in mainline so I don't know why it would not be built. It certainly
exists on Fedora. You could get Fedora live image, dd to a USB stick and it
will boot the Mac.
The much bigger problem is recent OS X versions default to, and convert on
updating prior versions to, Core Storage volumes. This is Apple's
equivalent of LVM. And there is no open source code for this. Upstream
liblkid doesn't even recognize it. It's actually a big problem as it
renders OS X HFS unreadable outside of OS X.
Microsoft's equivalent is Storage Spaces. But as yet it's not used by
default. Likewise no support on Linux still.
My sister's 17" iMac died, and I'm trying to
> recover the drive. If it spins up, I'd like to copy it with dd.
> I see that Elrepo has kmod-hfsplus and hfsplus-tools, will these work with
> the Plus kernel?
> I still have to pull the drive from that infernal iMac case, so can't test
> Thank you for any clues, my Google-foo isn't finding anything on the Plus
> kernel and HFSPlus.
> I yam Popeye of the Borg. Prepares ta beez askimiligrated.
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