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Hi everyone! I'm new to linux, and I have a question that I can't seem to find the answer for myself. I have an internal 120 GB hard drive. I ...
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- 12-12-2006 #1
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How do I format a 120 GB internal HDD into HSF+ volume?
I have an internal 120 GB hard drive. I need to format this into HSF+ format. Currently the only OS I have is ubuntu. (I have a PC, not a mac, so unfortunately I can't boot to disk utility to do this)
I am running ubuntu from the live CD only. I noticed in the gnome partition editor I can format into HSF, but not HSF+. It's a big hard drive, so it needs the HSF+. Does anyone know of any disk utility I can download for ubuntu to do this? Or maybe the command line instructions? Thanks very much!
- 12-12-2006 #2
Maybe one of these packages in combination with GParted might help?Code:
aptitude search hfs i hfsplus - tools to access HFS+ formatted volumes i hfsutils - Tools for reading and writing Macintosh volumes i hfsutils-tcltk - Tcl/Tk interfaces for reading and writing Macintosh volumes p libhfsp-dev - library to access HFS+ formatted volumes i A libhfsp0 - shared library to access HFS+ formatted volumes p nhfsstone - NFS benchmark program p shfs-source - (secure) SHell File System module source p shfs-utils - (secure) SHell File System mount programs p squashfs-source - Source for the squash filesystem p squashfs-tools - Tool to create and append to squashfs filesystems p sshfs - filesystem client based on SSH File Transfer Protocol