[hfs-user] To make a Readonly HFS Volume

Entwicklung entwicklung@whengenibk.de
Fri, 26 Apr 2002 13:38:58 +0200


Wouldn't setting bit 15 give 0x8000 ??? numbering the 16 bits from 0..15
i.e.

- Nandini

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From: "Biswaroop(External)" <biswaroopb@integramicro.com>
To: <hfs-user@lists.mars.org>
Sent: Friday, April 26, 2002 1:17 PM
Subject: [hfs-user] To make a Readonly HFS Volume


> Hi ,
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> I want to make a HFS volume readonly.
> I am setting the flag in mdb.drAtrb to
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> mdb.drAtrb | = 0x4000 ( As said in Inside Macintosh)
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> Bit    Meaning
> 15      Set  if th volume is Locked by Software.
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> After creating a Image of such a Volume.
>  I am mounting it with a FreeWare application in Windows which can mount
HFS
> volumes.
>  But , I can still add files to that volume through this
>   software and delete them too.
>   That shows the volume is not Locked.
>   So, anything else I should do to Volume parameters
>   to make that Volume represent a ReadOnly one??
>
>   Waiting for ur Inputs.
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>    Regards
>    Biswaroop
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