On 2016-11-17 11:22 AM, Chris Murphy wrote:
For some time now, the system partition is not HFS+ and not
identifiable as HFS+ and cannot be mounted on Linux in any way. The
default installation uses Core Storage (Apple's LVM like thing), and
even converts non-Core Storage systems upon upgrade so that they use
it. The one thing that remains HFS+ on these systems is the Recovery
HD partition, which is approximately like a hybrid between a Linux
/boot volume and Live image.
That's an interesting wrinkle, thanks for the info. But AFAICS it
shouldn't make a huge amount of difference; blivet would, I think,
consider the recovery partition to be a 'macefi' partition and go wrong
still. Welp, I guess we'll see when you try it out more.
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