I have a dual booting macbook pro with Snow Leopard and Kubuntu 11.10, and want to read (don't care about write) my home Mac home directory when I'm running Kubuntu.
I can mount it without any problems, but my user on Kubuntu on can't see the files on the HFS+ owned by the mac user, because of different uid (502 on Mac, 1000 on Kubuntu).
Looking at kernel docs about HFS+ I read that:
When mounting an HFSPlus filesystem, the following options are accepted: [CUT] uid=n, gid=n Specifies the user/group that owns all files on the filesystem that have uninitialized permissions structures. Default: user/group id of the mounting process.
So I tried using these options:
$ sudo mount -t hfsplus -o uid=1000,gid=1000 /dev/sda2 /mnt/Mac
But they seem doing nothing: I still see the same permissions when I look around using ls -l.
I may be missing something, any clue?
I know that I can change my user id on Ubuntu to match it with Mac Os X, but I'd prefer avoiding it if possible.