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Output of diskutil (for this disk only):
/dev/disk6 (external, physical): #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *80.0 GB disk6 1: Windows_NTFS 34.9 GB disk6s1 2: Linux 10.7 GB disk6s5 3: Linux_Swap 2.1 GB disk6s6 4: Linux 32.2 GB disk6s7
The first NTFS partition, "--", mounts just fine as read-only. But I can't get to either of the Linux partitions.
diskutil mount, and
diskutil mount readOnly, but but they all result in
Volume on disk6s5 failed to mount If the volume is damaged, try the "readOnly" option If the volume is an APFS Volume, try the "diskutil apfs unlockVolume" verb
diskutil apfs unlockVolume, but it's not an APFS volume. Any ideas? Using macOS Sierra 10.12.6.