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This package is a port of Apple's tools for HFS+ filesystems.
For users, HFS+ seems to be a good compromise to carry files between MacOS X and Linux Machines, as HFS+ doesn't suffer the problems of FAT32 like:
* huge space waste (in slack space as devices grow faster); * ability to create files that are more than 4GB in size (especially good for those working with multimedia and that need to carry large ISO files); * ability to use case preserving (and even sensitivity!); * ability to use uid's and gid's on the filesystem.
Users in general can enjoy such benefits since it is expected to have more HFS+ filesystems in use, as Apple has announced Macintoshes for ix86-64, besides the filesystem being already supported by PowerPC systems since the beginning.
hfsprogs for Debian ------------------- This package currently only provides mkfs.hfs (mkhfs) and fsck.hfs (hfsfsck). In the future, it may provide more tools from the Darwin sources, such as a utility to tune a filesystem, like disabling the journaling of the filesystem. It includes a patch from from Gentoo, as described in their wiki: <http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_hfsplus>. -- Rogério Bri more»
FSCK_HFS(8) BSD System Manager's Manual FSCK_HFS(8) NAME fsck.hfs — HFS file system consistency check SYNOPSIS fsck.hfs -q [-df] special ... fsck.hfs -p [-df] special ... fsck.hfs [-n | -y | -r] [-dfgl] [-m mode] [-c size] special ... DESCRIPTION The fsck.hfs utility verifies and repairs standard HFS and HFS+ file systems. The first form of more»
NEWFS_HFS(8) BSD System Manager's Manual NEWFS_HFS(8) NAME mkfs.hfs — construct a new HFS Plus file system SYNOPSIS mkfs.hfs [-N [partition-size]] [-U uid] [-G gid] [-M mask] [-h | -w] [-s] [-b block-size] [-c clump-size-list] [-i first-cnid] [-J [journal-size]] [-n node-size-list] [-v volume-name] special DESCRIPTION mkf more»
hfsprogs (332.25-10) unstable; urgency=low * debian/compat: + Set to 9 to gain the hardening more»
This package was debianized by Rogério Brito <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Mon, 16 Jul 2007 17:55:21 -03 more»