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HFS partition mounting read-only [duplicate]

I have an external Western Digital Hard drive with two HFS partitions with journaling disabled. When I connect it to a computer running Linux (Debian or Ubuntu), frequently both partitions are ...
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How to mount a USB drive partition as read/write? [duplicate]

I have a USB drive with three partitions: sdb1 is an EFI partition sdb2 is an HFS+ partition sdb3 is an MSDOS fat partition with Kali linux on it I can boot into Kali linux using this USB stick on a ...
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Mount encrypted HFS in ubuntu

I try to mount an encrypted HFS+ partition in Ubuntu. An older post described quite good how to do it, but lacks the information how to use encrypted partitions. What I found so far is: # install ...
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Which file system to use in between OSX and Linux

I have got my paws on a large USB drive which I'd like to use as a backup/general storage at the office. I was thinking of having two partitions one of Time Machine backup and one for general storage. ...
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Mounting HFS+ partition on Arch Linux

I'm having some problems with mounting an hfs+ partition on Arch Linux. When I run sudo mount -t hfsplus /dev/sda2 /mnt/mac I get this error: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/...
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Mount a HFSPlus disk with read/write permissions in Linux

I realise that this question is similar in nature to this question, but I'm hoping to specifically bring more attention to an additional problem in one of the comments of this answer to that question. ...
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Mounting HFS+ partition in Ubuntu

Update: I was able to solve the problem with this solution I want to read data from my SSD from my broken MacBook. I connected it to my Ubuntu 16.04 PC and used the command given in the third answer:...
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Changing file permissions on an HFS+ filesystem

I ran the command fdisk -l to find out what my external drive is formatted to, I found out it's uses GPT partitions and the filesystem is HFS+. When I try and create a new folder on the external ...
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OSX Drive plugged into Win 7 via external

A friend of mine's Apple laptop stopped booting. HDD issues. So he popped out the HDD and gave it to me to see if I could recover any files. I've done this with PCs multiple times. Even if an HDD is ...
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Are there any reasons why I wouldn't want to format a USB flash drive in HFS+ for Linux/Mac usage?

There have been other questions regarding the use of HFS+ formatted drives on Linux (e.g. this); however, I am specifically interested in knowing if this is a good idea for a particular purpose. I ...
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how to mount a crashing HFS+ to ubuntu 14

I have a mac hard drive that is crashing that I am trying to pull all of the files off of. I want to be able to remove files from the drive so that I can narrow down where the issues are to try to ...
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Write Access to OSX HDD From Ubuntu

I'm on Ubuntu MATE trying to get write access to an OSX hard drive to backup a buddy's data on his MBP that bit the dust when the battery exploded in the computer. I've seen the thread over here: ...
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Created image of single partition from Imac harddrive using dd - how to mount?

Alright, you'll have to forgive that I don't have an abundance of knowledge with using these tools. I've tried to follow the tips provided in this thread: How to mount a HFS partition in Ubuntu as ...
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MacBook Pro running Ubuntu 16.04 and OS X Yosemite

I need help getting write access to my Mac HD from Ubuntu. I can view and open the files in my Mac HD but I cannot write to the Mac HD. The options for "New folder" or "paste" are just grayed out when ...