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Are the modifications you made for this available? Could you maybe add support to recognize a CoreStorage (FileVault 2) partition in Lion?

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Are the modifications you made for this available? Could you maybe add support to recognize a CoreStorage (FileVault 2) partition in Lion?


Done in version 0.3 (look at the first post)

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I have 3 partitions on GPT and 1 virtual MBR partition on macbook pro. MBR used by Windows.

But the problem is that Windows can't see the GPT partitions. Not sure if gptsync can help me in such situation?

 

More details here http://www.insanelym...gpt-partitions/



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I have 3 partitions on GPT and 1 virtual MBR partition on macbook pro. MBR used by Windows.

But the problem is that Windows can't see the GPT partitions. Not sure if gptsync can help me in such situation?

 

More details here http://www.insanelym...gpt-partitions/

that's what it's about, or at least how this works.. An OS on a synced MBR partition on a hybrid GPT/ MBR can ONLY see synced MBR partitions, NEVER any of the GPT partitions. Just include all GPT partitions into the MBR you want Windows to see via gptsync, that's it.

 

So the answer is yes, gptsync will help you.







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