I believe you should be able to use Disk Utility under MacOS X to
remove the flag on the partition so it's not automatically mounted
at boot time (at least ISTR doing that at some time in the past).
-Hope this helps
On Thu, 12 Jun 2008, Sterling Garwood wrote:
> I'll give it a shot ... I do know that the current suseLinux correctly
> creates the Apple_UNIX_SVR2 format partitions (but it has a lot of
> other problems...:-)
> On Jun 12, 2008, at 9:52 AM, NeoAmsterdam wrote:
> > I had this problem with Mac OS 9, OS X.3.9, and a mis-partitioned YDL
> > slice. Run ``sudo pdisk`` in a Terminal and have it list (``L``) all
> > the partitions. If your YDL partition's type is listed as
> > ``Apple_UFS``, ``Apple_HFS``, or ``Apple_HFSX``, OS [9|X] will try to
> > mount it automagically at startup.
> > The "correct" type is ``Apple_UNIX_SVR2``. Note that changing
> > partition types after data has been written to the partition *may*
> > involve data destruction.
> > HTH
> > ______ ______
> > \_(_)_\ /_(_)_/
> > On 2008/Jun/11, at 11:46, Sterling Garwood wrote:
> >> I run both Leopard and YDL 6 on a Powermac ... each is on its own
> >> disk.
> >> How do people keep the MacOSX system from complaining about the YDL
> >> disks and asking the 'reformat, eject, ignore' message every reboot?
> >> Stupid, n.:
> >> Losing $25 on the game and $25 on the instant replay.
> >> Sterling Garwood
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