Re: Write permission on HFSplus drive
# You have added a UUID from a system partition
# I said before "DO NOT touch the system partions"
# you might not be able to boot in rescue mode
# when you are booting from a rescue DVD your old root is at /mnt/sysimage
# remove or fix the line you added, save, exit
# your system should boot now that it isn't trying to mount to 2 points with 2 different formats
# this command gives you a list of ALL the partitions by UUID
su -c 'ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid'
# I personally do not get a UUID for my hfsplus partition
# I added a more traditional line to /etc/fstab
/dev/sdf3 /media/HFS hfsplus rw,defaults 0 0
# Then I ran
su -c 'mount -a'
su -c 'chmod -Rf a+rw /media/HFS'
# I can use the drive as a normal user at this point
# There are many more options you can add in the fstab file but DO NOT touch the system partitions.
Last edited by EvilRedHorse; 2nd March 2012 at 10:48 AM.
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