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You can try directly accessing the drive at the block level under Linux and extract an image of the drive into a file (you must be logged in as root to do this): dd if=<drive device file> of=<desired image file location> bs=512 You can then analyze the disk image using software tools. If that doesn't work, your only other choice is to send the ...
The problem isn't the FS, it is the permissions on your OSx computer. Is there a group you need to be in that allows access? Check also that the mount is giving the correct permissions. Both FAT and NTFS should work and be usable across multiple OS's. NTFS is best if you don't need access from older Windows machines as it gives better security on the ...
With the NTFS-3g driver, mount the filesystem with permission checking enabled – either by using the permissions mount option in fstab, or by creating an UserMapping file. Then you'll be able to chown each directory to a different user.
If I understand correctly, your machines have internal HHD's, and you would like to prevent unauthorized access by a user using a live-cd, is this correct? If so, you should look into whole-drive-encryption. I know that ou said you do not want to encrypt the entire drive, but encryption I believe is going to be the only way to go here. Instead of ...
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