27820 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 15, 2008 7:46 AM by a brody
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MacFuse supports NTFS:
Whether that helps in the XFS cause I don't know, but perhaps writing their author they might have an answer.
Message was edited by: a brody
You can run Linux on a Mac via several emulation and virtualization options as well as directly. One of those options may offer you the ability to do XFS. Emulation and virtualization options are offered here*:
Some Unix operating systems available for the Mac are here*:
If installing Linux on a Mac without emulation or virtualization that doesn't provide its own PC formatted environment, you'll need to format an external hard drive if it can be mounted on the Mac, or format the Mac a different file system (erasing its contents) to install Linux. Contact the Mac on Linux vendor to ask how this can be done.
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