My friend sent me an HFS format CD-ROM of files to look at, and it has some unhelpfully restrictive permissions. For example, here is the ls -l output for one of the directories:
d--------- 4 chris staff 136 Oct 6 2006 dir1
That is, no one has access to see the contents of the directory.
Is there any way I can get OS X to ignore the permissions on the CD and give me read access to everything on it? (Perhaps by mounting the CD myself with some funny options?) If not, is there any other way for me to read the data off the CD?
If it matters, the OS X automount facility has mounted the disk with options "hfs, local, nodev, nosuid, read-only, noowners". Is there any way I can instruct it to mount the CD