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Old 15th April 2012, 05:18 AM
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Re: Sharing an external hard drive between Fedora 16 and Mac OSX "Leopard"

This thread is becoming increasingly interesting thanks to you guys

For starters I was not aware of the fact SMART tests could be "read-only": I'll definitely run them on a regular basis. I guess it "does not mind" how many partitions/file systems the machine has, does it?

I also find the "mirroring" option quite interesting, so I'll see how to implement it.

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