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It was buried deep in RH

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It was buried deep in RH

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Post by zeeone » Sun Dec 27, 2015 1:54 am

It is a little out of date like a lot of things on the internet. It took six tries at the
address before getting it right and working.

http://developer.ridgerun.com/wiki/inde ... ile_system

Enough searching for OS X to able to read and write ext2, ext3, ext4. Programs to buy but,
as the users say, no guarantee it will work with the version OS X one has. No one has
tried to do it yet from the terminal, so I do not know where to start from. But all is not
lost, Virtualbox may be the answer for OS X Yosemite, it is free and you have to build it.
MX-15 x64 is the distro to put into Virtualbox. Seeding is down to two peers on each .iso
downloads right now, so it is back to practice and searching for me. :popcorn:
Research, Research, Research, Before You Walk The Plank.
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