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How to share TrueCrypted drive for OSX and Linux with write perms
Authored by: sean.peters on Jan 22, '11 02:08:37PM

I also seem to remember being able to mount up and read/write to journaled HFS+ drives from linux... but I can't remember what was required other than that it wasn't especially straightforward. Not too helpful, I know.

WRT filesystems for sharing: the general state of affairs here is pretty crappy. Windows essentially can't mount up anything but NTFS or FAT32, and Mac is only a little better. Linux is the gold standard here, being able to mount up practically anything. I like both ext3 and HFS+ as filesystems, but if the goal is interoperability between different operating systems, you almost have to hold your nose and go with NTFS, because Windows can't read anything else.



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