Originally Posted by whyatt
I've been looking everywhere - and there is very little info on the net. At least within my search-fu radius. I will have to try a few things, and I will update here.
Any ideas anyone?
I'm thinking I'll have 230 gig of "real" space. so I will split it to 180gig for storage in Mac format (for movies music etc). 30 gig in fat 32 for compatability and then two 10 gig partitions, for future proofing. Installing a linux boot partition or something...
There is an HFS+ driver for Linux. A search should bring it up.
Some of the things I read on how the OS X file system works seems to be making it difficult to write a compatible driver.
The OS X user I mentioned before said he copies files between the computers (OS X and Linux) across a 1 Gigabyte network. The discussion I read on one of the MAC forums also seemed to make one think the network solution is the best one. For the time being anyway.
Hope that helps.