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accepted Recovering/repairing partition map following Linux installation/removal
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comment Recovering/repairing partition map following Linux installation/removal
I changed the GUID to the HFS type (4846...). It still behaves as it does in the original screenshots, appearing as disk0s2 in Disk Utility, and unmountable. (While "Mount" is enabled and clickable, clicking it does nothing.) I also tried mounting it with mount -t hfs /dev/disk0s2 /Volumes/mystuff, which fails with mount_hfs: Invalid argument. I've tried making the partition huge (to the end of the disk) and also a little bit smaller than it currently is. I'm really just trying to figure out what would make it mountable/readable.
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comment Recovering/repairing partition map following Linux installation/removal
Even updating the UUID of the partition (and recreating the GPT table) leaves me without any "bootable" drives. With GPT/EFI, is there anything in particular that is used to determine whether a partition is bootable or not?
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asked Unix permissions error when working with symbolic link and MySQL installation
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answered Unix/Java process stops running when moved to background
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comment Unix/Java process stops running when moved to background
On the main thread, it does stall waiting for Q, but that's the only thing it waits for. (The rest of the program is not keyboard-driven, that's just an easy way to kill it if you're actively running the process.) Before querying stdin, it starts up a few background threads that should continue running, no?
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