How to mount your Journalized HFS+ disk in Linux….

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This is something that people who deal with OSX and Linux come across everyday. Yes you can format your USB stick or removable HD using FAT32. The problem is that FAT32 does not support large sized files which can cause problems. So how do you solve this…..Easy. Attach the Journalized HFS+ disk to your MAC and startup disk utility. Inside disk utility find the disk in question and click on the partition(s) while holding down the “ALT” key. Keep holding the key down and go to the File menu and choose “Disable Journaling” (command-J). Eject the disk, move it over to your linux machine and hook it up. Linux can now read and write to the disk. Once you’re done, move the disk back to the apple machine and after selecting it in disk utility click on “Enable Journaling” button. Done.

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