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Please be patient with me. I have a 40Gb USB hard drive formatted as MAC OSX (0xaf) that contains many .jpg and .mp3 files. I want to transfer these files ...
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    Permission Denied On USB Hard Drive


    Please be patient with me.

    I have a 40Gb USB hard drive formatted as MAC OSX (0xaf) that contains many .jpg and .mp3 files. I want to transfer these files to a Windows PC. The PC does not recognise the drive.

    I have loaded Knoppix v6.2. The drive mounts but I get 'Permission Denied' when I try to access it.

    I'm a new to Knoppix / Linux. Can anyone help me access these files.


    Thanks

    Ray

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    Anyone????

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    As an outside chance, try version 5.1. It is the gold standard of Knoppix.

    Also, google for some "mac aware" file recovery programs.

    Good Luck,
    Packrat1947

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    Post the output of sudo fdisk -l command here.
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