I have a Snow Leopard + CentOS dual boot system setup. When I log in to Snow Leopard, it tells me that it is unable to mount the disk that i have just inserted. It is referring to my centos partitions. It gives me the option to initialize or ignore. I would rather that never come up incase I accidentally erase my linux partitions.
I tried to follow the instructions on http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20060930150059172
It advices to create /etc/fstab and add noauto at the end
UUID=F0E430C1-5558-3BB3-9FA9-6904B663FEEA none hfs rw,noauto
However, I can't find the UUID or the volume label on the linux drives/partitions. I tried diskutil info /dev/disk1 diskutil info /dev/disk1s1
I looked in system.log; There is no UUID it seems. Where can I find it? And if I can't, can I use /dev/disk1s1 in /etc/fstab?