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It sounds like you failed to mount the drive in the right place (in your guide that's /media/tm). Without the mount in place your mounpoint (the directory where you want to mount the drive) is just a regular directory on the SD card, that's why you see the disk size of your SD card when you're trying to use it. I suggest you try to make a backup from your ...


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As Apple abandoned AFP in favor of SMB3 you should try using samba instead.


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You have followed an old SysV guide, and probably messed something up. See https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39665/8697 - all you should NEED to do is install netatalk. You could then customise /etc/netatalk/AppleVolumes.default, but this is NOT necessary to get home. I use netatalk all the time, and often cannot connect, after my Mac has been ...


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In your macbook terminal do: cd (drive name) than try mk (directory name) If it doesnt work try using sudo before the command.


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TBH I don't know much about OS X and I don't know much about netatalk (except what I just read from a quick google). I imagine that it hasn't been updated because from what I've read the Raspbian Devs are trying to be as true to Debian as possible. That means not updating the versions of packages within a release. And looking in the Debian package DB it ...


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You can't login as root user to see the entire contents of the pi's storage. There is code in Netatalk that prevents the root user from logging in. If you do share the root of the storage system via Netatalk, and if your folder is at the root of the disk and if that folder permits the logged in Appletalk user to list it's content, Netatalk filters that ...


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This is just a guess, but I think your connecting User has no rights to write to /. Netatalk needs the connecting user to be able to r/w to /.AppleDouble which is a folder where files metadata/resource forks are kept. Or it's a bug being talked about here A workaround would be to just list all directories of / in your AppleVolumes.default


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