Introduction A few months ago I replaced my aging Macbook Pro’s harddisk with a SSD. But the problem was I had my audiobook/lecture files in the replaced disk. To switch the files I bought a SATA-to-USB cable and it arrived today. Here’s how I did it. After action report Installing hfsprogs I used the cable on my Macbook Pro and saw that I could mount it and copy the files with no problems. When I switched to my main tower I saw that it did neither mount it automatically nor copy the files. Some research yielded that I should install the hfsprogs package from the repositories:
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Introduction I’m sure you have this problem whenever you install your favourite linux distribution: “How do I run Kali on top of this hunk-a-junk?” if you are me. Then again, if you are me, we are in deep six friemd. ‘nyhow. To do that we have two options. Either grab an iso, burn it to an usb (because CD/DVD’s are so blase now) and do whole partitioning shenanigans. I don’t like this option for many reasons, primarily it doesn’t make sense. Sure as a pentester I don’t have anything to hide, anywhere I don’t have permission to test; I don’t - but if I am putting myself in the shoes of a redteamer this means that I need to dump my whole machine if compromised/traced/sniffed etc.