Read Apple hard drive -
dennis at ausil.us
Mon Feb 11 16:12:14 UTC 2008
On Monday 11 February 2008, Bob Goodwin wrote:
> Dennis Gilmore wrote:
> > On Monday 11 February 2008, Bob Goodwin wrote:
> >> I have a hard drive removed from my daughters Power Mac G4 plugged
> >> into an F-8 computer. fdisk sees it as /dev/sdb but that's about as
> >> far is it goes, nothing relative to file type, etc.
> >> Is it possible to get a directory listing or extract any data from
> >> it in the Fedora computer. I suspect not, but thought I would ask?
> >> Thanks.
> >> Bob Goodwin
> > type "parted /dev/sdb print" fdisk supports only dos labels parted
> > supports all disk labels.
> > Dennis
> Ok, that seems to work.
> parted /dev/sdb print
> Model: ATA ST380024A (scsi)
> Disk /dev/sdb: 80.0GB
> Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
> Partition Table: mac
> Number Start End Size File system Name Flags
> 1 512B 32.8kB 32.3kB Apple
> 2 32.8kB 61.4kB 28.7kB Macintosh
> 3 61.4kB 90.1kB 28.7kB Macintosh
> 4 90.1kB 119kB 28.7kB Macintosh
> 5 119kB 147kB 28.7kB Macintosh
> 6 147kB 410kB 262kB Macintosh
> 7 410kB 672kB 262kB Macintosh
> 8 672kB 934kB 262kB Patch Partition
> 9 934kB 80.0GB 80.0GB hfs+ Untitled
> Information: Don't forget to update /etc/fstab, if necessary.
> I don't know how to interpret it yet, it appears to be a list of
> partitions? So many?
> At any rate I can see some of her image files and gthumb is happy to
> display them full screen. Another interesting project rears its head!
> Bob Goodwin
all the data will be on /dev/sdb9 so thats what you want to mount. Ive not
followed hfsplus for awhile but last i knew if it was journaled you can only
mount the filesystem read only.
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