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[ale] Bootable linux distro that can access mac formatted Unix drives?
- Subject: [ale] Bootable linux distro that can access mac formatted Unix drives?
- From: bpitts at learnlink.emory.edu (Brian Pitts)
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 20:32:20 -0400
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts wrote:
> Guys, I have a drive that was formatted for ext2 on a Mac. My linux box
> recognizes the drive and that it has 4 partitions, and even that it was
> created on a mac. The problem is that fdisk doesn't show a valid
> partition table.
> Does anyone know of a sysrescueCD or similar that can access this OS X
> partitions (or partitions created by OS X)?
You need to use mac-fdisk. I'm not sure what livecd's might include
this; Debian and Ubuntu only build it for PPC.