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10.7.5 mount efi fail


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Last login: Fri Jan  6 21:04:43 on ttys000
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ 
Last login: Sat Jan  7 04:34:21 on console
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ diskutil info disk0s1 
   Device Identifier:        disk0s1
   Device Node:              /dev/disk0s1
   Part of Whole:            disk0
   Device / Media Name:      EFI System Partition


   Volume Name:              Not applicable (no file system)


   Mounted:                  Not applicable (no file system)


   File System:              None


   Partition Type:           EFI
   OS Can Be Installed:      No
   Media Type:               Generic
   Protocol:                 SATA
   SMART Status:             Verified


   Total Size:               209.7 MB (209715200 Bytes) (exactly 409600 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:                    No
   Internal:                 Yes
   Solid State:              Yes


cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ 

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Last login: Sat Jan  7 05:08:49 on console
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ mkdir /Volumes/efi
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/efi
Password:
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ mkdir /Volumes/efi2
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk1s1 /Volumes/efi2
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ 
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ 



Last login: Sat Jan  7 06:58:02 on console
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ diskutil mount /dev/disk0s1
Volume on disk0s1 failed to mount
cutheads-Mac-Pro:~ cuthead$ 

It's known that if you want diskutil to detect it then you need to format it yourself. If you want to name it "ESP":

sudo newfs_msdos -v ESP /dev/rdisk0s1

Then diskutil will mount it.

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