Yaboot on HFS+?
jackoverfull at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 23:18:49 EST 2012
Il giorno 03/feb/2012, alle ore 04.40, Jim Harris ha scritto:
> In the source code for ybin, I found the following comment:
> ## some misguided people insist on installing OSX on
> ## HorribleFileSystem+ instead of UFS, as a result MacOS deblesses
> ## OSX, making it unbootable. . . . .
> I’m confused. Everything I have read about installing OSX (Tiger) talks about installing it in a HPFS+ file system. When I did the original setup for the clean install, Disk Utility did not give me a UFS option. The only thing CLOSE was the ‘UNIX’ option. And that was described as a ‘don’t go there’ kind of thing. My installation(s) of Tiger in a HPFS+ partition work wonderfully and (apparently) do not de-bless anything.
> Others talk about an ‘AFS’. I wonder where all these file systems are coming from?
HFS+, actually, HPFS is another thing, never ben supported by Apple.
I think UFS support was dropped years ago, when HFSX (that is HFS+ with case sensitiveness) was introduced. It has never been the recommended FS anyway since some software had some incompatibilities with it, only useful for kernel development.
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