Created attachment 418490 [details]
An error dialogue box saying that the fstab is bad and that the mount command does not know of the hfsplus filesystem type.
Description of problem:
Kernel does not support hfsplus period.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Kernel version: 2.6.32-19.el6.x86_64
Happens every time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open fstab in /etc with gedit
2. Add the following as one of the entries
/dev/sdb1 /media/Leopard hfsplus defaults,rw,auto,users 0 0
3. Go to /media and add a new folder named Leopard
4. Open Terminal
5. type in 'su'
6. type in 'mount /media/Leopard' without the single quotes OR double-click the drive under computer from Nautilus
An error dialogue box appears saying that my fstab is bad (even though it is not) and that it does not know of the filesystem type hfsplus
The hfsplus drive should be mounted in 'media/Leopard'.
Support for mounting hfsplus drives exists in RHEL 5.5.
hfsplus is not a supported file system in RHEL6.0 and we have no current plans to make it a supported fs.
If you have a RH account team, please work with them to make a case for supporting hfsplus.