Using a 120gb drive plugged into the EIDE bus on my
computer. It was partitioned and formatted under Panther
using HFS+ and is visible under /proc/partitions as hdb and
hdb1 .. hdb9. hdb9 is the largest partition, all the rest are
Attempting to mount hdb9, which I believe is the correct
one, results in the message "HFS+-fs: embedded blocks not
aligned with wrapper", followed by "Unable to find HFS+
superblock" and a failed mount. Attempts to mount any of
the other partitions or the raw disk simply return "Unable to
find HFS+ superblock". The raw disk and hdb9 mount okay
using the hfs driver ("Where did all my files go?").
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