On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 04:28:53PM +0000, Gary McCloskey wrote:
> Because of the peculiarities of the Mac FS and the way CDs are mounted on
> the desktop - no to your first and second questions. None of the Mac FS
> tools for Linux that I know of can do this.
This is incorrect. As I mentioned earlier the kernel's HFS module allows you
to mount Macintosh HFS CDs and AFAIR the standalone HFS tools do too.
> A kludge is to put the CD into a Mac, and using the appletalk tools package,
> remotely mount the CD to your linux box. YMMV.
What appletalk tools package are you talking about ? If you're referring to
netatalk that allows a Linux box to act as a file server for Mac. clients -
it doesn't make an Appleshare client out of a Linux box.
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