[hfs-user] Floppy formatting

Frank Meurer Frank Meurer <meurer@gmx.de>
Sat, 28 Sep 2002 12:01:15 +0200 (CEST)


On Thu, 26 Sep 2002, Simon Bazley cum veritate scripsit :

> Note thought that under HFS+ blocks size can be changed.  Under HFS it 
> MUST be 512bytes.  Changing it means its not a HFS disk anymore.  
[...]

Just a small note: You can use HFS 512 byte block sizes even if your drive 
is formatted with other block sizes (i.e. 4k blocks). This is a layer 
beyond HFS. Don't mix it up! ;-)

OT:
Thank you all for the information given on this list (just wanted to say 
it)!

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