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Yes! First get the UUID of the partition you want to prevent from mounting... You can get this in Disk Utility "Get Info". Now open your /etc/fstab file for editing: sudo pico /etc/fstab In this file add the following line (use your own UUID naturally): UUID=[your UUID] none hfs rw,noauto 0 0 And save the file. Restart for the change to take ...


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Just found a solution that worked for me: First you need to convert the .dmg image to a raw image: hdiutil convert foo.dmg -format UDTO -o bar.img This creates a file with .cdr extension but it is a raw image. So you can change the file extension to .img: mv bar.img.cdr bar.img finally you can copy the image to your SD card using dd: sudo dd bs=2048 ...


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I would suggest to proceed as follows: Stop Time Machine, Migrate your backups from: Time Machine - … to Free. If required, refer to this Apple technical note: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5096 Suppress your now useless Tine Machine - … partition. ⇒ Free should now use your full disk Rename your Free partition to something more practical. Restart Time ...


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Similar to Linux. The preferred disk identifier a Volume UUID. You can use disk utility to find the Volume UUID or use diskutil: diskutil list get the disk indentifier, e.g. disk0s4 diskutil information disk0s4 In the row labeled Volume UUID: Volume UUID: XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX Edit /etc/fstab as root (it may ...


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Since the error that showed up the first time was just Can't open (Resource busy), I wouldn't worry about it. It didn't actually do anything the first time. I'm guessing you had a file open or something and it couldn't unmount the volume to repair. I think the reformat message shows up if a repair fails, for any reason, even if it has nothing to do with the ...


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Andres's answer is good (Thank you!), and if the first attempt to repair doesn't work, you might have to run it a few times: verify repair verify repair and yes then it did reappear from 'greyed' to 'colour' disk on the side panel. For me to see it mounted, I had to unmount it, pull the USB out and replug it back in.



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