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|Copy From Mac Time Machine||11||3 years ago||1||mit||Shell|
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"Copy data from a Time Machine volume mounted on a Linux box".
This is a copy of the gist of @vjt, just as a repo, to allow opening issues, Pull Requests etc.
It copies files from an Apple Mac Time Machine backup to a "normally structured" (i.e. with reconstructed directory trees) file system.
(tested on a Debian based Gnu/Linux 4.4.)
Prerequisites: access to a terminal.
Mount the hdfs volume where your Mac's Time Machine backup was created.
Get the script by cloning this repo, or, even simpler, copying the script into a newly created file named
It's important to set the executable permission on the file, because it recursively calls itself:
chmod +x copy-from-time-machine.sh
Run the script - doing this as
sudo avoids possible file permission problems:
sudo ./copy-from-time-machine.sh $source $target
$source is the mount point (i.e. not e.g.
/dev/sdb2) of the Time Machine Volume and the proper directory (e.g. could be "Latest") and
$target is the directory where you want to have the files copied to.
As a third argument the path of
.HFS+ Private Directory Data\r could be given, if it wasn't detected by the script.
Feel free to open issues.