In Linux how do I mount a OS-X partition * by name * that is on the same host?

Posted by philcolbourn on Super User See other posts from Super User or by philcolbourn
Published on 2010-06-08T12:51:40Z Indexed on 2010/06/08 13:03 UTC
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I once used gnome-mount like this

gnome-mount -o ro -d /dev/sda2 or gnome-mount -o ro -p "Macintosh HD"

But, alas, gnome-mount seems to be no more. RIP.

I can do this

gvfs-mount -d /dev/sda2

(which generates a whole lot of errors but does mount the partition in the /media directory.)

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But how do you do it by name?

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