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One-liner: diskutil mount `diskutil list | grep "Volume Name" | sed -n -e 's/^.* //p'` Find the disk identifier: diskutil list | grep "Volume Name" Example result: 4: Apple_HFS Volume Name 100 GB disk1s2 Mount the disk: diskutil mount disk1s2


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The cable itself will be stamped with the text: "Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China". The "knock offs" wouldn't be allowed to stamp their cables in this way.Edit: It would be on the cable itself near the end that plugs into the iPhone (30-pin end).Edit: The photo shows the text I refer to. This is an example of a genuine lightning connector ...


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These are AppleDouble files. As you discovered by opening them, they contain metadata for the files that you copied. Since the disk is formatted as MS-DOS, OS X needs somewhere to store certain metadata for the file. This metadata is stored in an AppleDouble file. Such metadata includes Finder information and extended attributes. These files begin with a ...


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In addition to the answers already given, there is also a GUI app for this, which I really like: Mountain. It's a $2 app that sits in the menu bar and keeps track of both mounted and unmounted drives. Unmounted drives can be remounted from there as well. You can download a free trial from the website. (Also note that once you install the Mac App Store ...


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diskutil mount also accepts a volume name, so there is no need to grep the output of diskutil list. If the disk has multiple volumes (like a Time Machine volume and another volume), you can use diskutil mountDisk to mount all volumes: $ diskutil mount WD Volume WD on WD mounted $ osascript -e 'tell app "Finder" to disks where ejectable is true' disk WD $ ...


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It is possible to do it but it is not 100 guarantied. In the future please pay attention to the hardware requirements (Macs don't like hacks!). The exact information is here: http://www.hardturm.ch/luz/2011/10/how-to-make-the-macbook-air-superdrive-work-with-any-mac/ You need to modify a system preference list which is mostly harmless but the annoying bit ...


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I know this is a bit late, but the Inateck cards using the FL1100 chipset from FRESCO work great because that's the same chipset used in later Mac Pros. Here is a guide to installing these cards How to add USB 3 to a Mac Pro for under 25 quid



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