Posted 12 November 2012 - 11:00 PM
Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:39 AM
Posted 14 November 2012 - 01:21 AM
If I'm not mistaken (then apology), "Hide" option hides a disk from Chameleon's own boot disk selection menu. While the question was about OS X trying to mount disk with filesystem it can't read (when OS X is already booted and running).
or choose the hide option in chameleon setup
Posted 15 April 2014 - 05:58 PM
I'm sorry that I'm bringing back this old 'thread', anyway my situation is that.
I do have two volumes, one with Lion and one with an ext4 partition.
Unfortunately I cannot get the UUID through 'diskutil' (same story for 'disk utility'):
$ diskutil list /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk0 1: EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS Hackintosh 499.8 GB disk0s2 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *1.0 TB disk1 1: Linux 999.0 GB disk1s1 2: Linux_Swap 1.2 GB disk1s2
$ diskutil info disk1 Device Identifier: disk1 Device Node: /dev/disk1 Part of Whole: disk1 Device / Media Name: Hitachi HDS721010CLA332 Volume Name: Not applicable (no file system) Mounted: Not applicable (no file system) File System: None Content (IOContent): FDisk_partition_scheme OS Can Be Installed: No Media Type: Generic Protocol: SATA SMART Status: Verified Total Size: 1.0 TB (1000204886016 Bytes) (exactly 1953525168 512-Byte-Blocks) Volume Free Space: Not applicable (no file system) Device Block Size: 512 Bytes Read-Only Media: No Read-Only Volume: Not applicable (no file system) Ejectable: No Whole: Yes Internal: Yes OS 9 Drivers: No Low Level Format: Not supported
Do you have any hint on how I can prevent 'disk1' to be automatically mounted?
Posted 16 April 2014 - 11:54 AM
diskutil info $(df / | tail -1 | cut -d' ' -f 1)
This is the result:
Device Identifier: disk0s2 Device Node: /dev/disk0s2 Part of Whole: disk0 Device / Media Name: Hackintosh Volume Name: Hackintosh Escaped with Unicode: Hackintosh Mounted: Yes Mount Point: / Escaped with Unicode: / File System Personality: Journaled HFS+ Type (Bundle): hfs Name (User Visible): Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Journal: Journal size 40960 KB at offset 0xe8e000 Owners: Enabled Partition Type: Apple_HFS OS Can Be Installed: Yes Media Type: Generic Protocol: SATA SMART Status: Verified Volume UUID: A9EDEAAA-5F50-323E-AA07-F7BE21C30BE0 Total Size: 499.8 GB (499763888128 Bytes) (exactly 976101344 512-Byte-Blocks) Volume Free Space: 435.2 GB (435241730048 Bytes) (exactly 850081504 512-Byte-Blocks) Device Block Size: 512 Bytes Read-Only Media: No Read-Only Volume: No Ejectable: No Whole: No Internal: Yes
I can get the UUID of the HFS+ partition even with "disk utility", but I need to prevent the other disk from mounting (ext4) or I'll get the "disk you inserted is not readable by this computer" message anytime I boot on Lion. Thanks tho.
Posted 16 April 2014 - 01:53 PM
one option is to install a third party filesystem-driver that has Linux filesystem support so you'r able to r/w disks in Mac OS, then you'r able to get the UUID and put that inside /etc/fstab so it doesn't auto mount on each boot. There is a better option when using MBR / Fdisk scheme type disks with linux installed onto them and this involves creating a additional FAT32 partition just before the linux 'slice' so OSX will not complain on every boot, but I'm unsure about how to do this with hybrid type disks layouts
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Posted 22 April 2014 - 03:40 AM
A tool called "Paragon ExtFS" did the trick. I have now read/write permissions on my ext4 partition and error message is gone.
A very gentle guy sent me a PM and he let me know that there is an open source alternative too:
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