hfs resource forks in Linux

Daniel Jacobowitz drow at false.org
Tue Sep 14 06:37:55 EST 1999

Not quite what I was talking about.  These let us touch the resource
fork, and deal with hfs volumes, not manage a specific file's resource
fork on the resource level.

On Mon, Sep 13, 1999 at 12:05:25PM -0700, Dan Bethe wrote:
> 	Hi guys.  In another thread, I saw someone ask for technique to
> sensibly manage HFS resource forks in Linux.  Here are the following
> two tools I've known.  'hfstools' is pretty flexible, and will do
> encoding conversions (macbinary, binhex, etc) on the fly.  Tons of
> options available in that one.  I dont know about hfsutils-devel other
> than that it's a C library, and the rpm I found was only for i386 but
> it's obviously got the docs.
> 	I'm not sure if this is suitable for any advanced or particular use
> other than general file management, but it's all I know.  I found these
> on www.linuxnow.com's search engine.
> ftp://ftp.varesearch.com/pub/mirrors/redhat/roughcuts/ppc/SRPMS/hfsutils-3.2-1b.src.rpm
> ftp://ftp.varesearch.com/pub/mirrors/redhat/redhat/powertools/5.2/i386/hfsutils-devel-3.2-1.i386.rpm
> ===
> "We can learn from the past, but those days are gone.
> We can hope for the future, but there may not be one."
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