Say if I recompile support for Mac file system, can I read a MacFloppy?
Hmmm...sounds like a sandwich...
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Yes, **IF** it's a 1.44MB floppy (or the very rare 360KB or 720KBQuote:> Say if I recompile support for Mac file system, can I read a MacFloppy?
mount /dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy -t hfs
There are also a bunch of options to adjust how Mac resource forks appear,
whether or not to do text end-of-line conversions, etc.
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Does anyone have crufty (or otherwise) source code to read (and even
better write) macintosh disks on non-mac hardware? I'm willing to
spend money to obtain this source.
On a related question is the floppy format public knowledge? Maybe
described in Inside Macintosh?
Would it be tough to write a basic set of routines to read their
Any advice appreciated. Thanks.