Re: Fixing the UniPlus+ root disk fsck by hand (very very long)

From: gilles <gilles.fetis_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 06:02:21 -0700 (PDT)

> That's a bit strange since Disk Copy doesn't store its checksums in a
> resource fork - as far as I know, only DART does that.
> The only thing that matters when copying Disk Copy 4.2 images back to a
> real Mac is changing the file/creator type.

I'll have to test a bit more but it seems that disc copy images stores checksum in the header and
in the resource fork while DART only stores checksums in the resource fork.
To get correct images (usable with disc copy), I need to extract files directly from the sit file.
ShrinkImage is OK and produce bootable disks with tags (but I don't know if it hads 5 0xFF and not 3).

> It might be some issue with HFVexplorer, however.  I don't know whether
> that program regenerates the checksums.

It is not supposed to do that, but a flag "file has been inited" may have to be explored...

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