I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 on my Macbook pro.
I need help getting write access to my Mac HD from Ubuntu. I can view and open the files in my Mac HD but I cannot write to the Mac HD. The options for "New folder" or "paste" are just grayed out when I'm in the Mac HD.
I have already gone into OS X and disabled journaling but no luck.
EDIT 1: A full history;
When I first installed Ubuntu, I couldn't get ANY access to my Mac HD although I could see it on my "Files" application. I looked up some online solutions and tried this;
sudo apt-get install hfsprogs(install hfs programs into linux)
sudo mount -o force /dev/sdX /your/mount/point(not sure what this is)
sudo mount -o remount,rw,force /mount/point(remount )
...this didnt help.
what worked for me was;
sudo useradd -d /home/tempuser -m -s /bin/bash -G admin tempuser(create a temp user on Linux)
sudo passwd tempuser(setup passwor for new user)
Reboot and log in as tempuser. Then, open up the Terminal and type in the following commands;
sudo usermod --uid 502 myusername( match my Ubuntu UID with that of OS X )
sudo chown -R 502:myusername /home/myusername(no idea what this does)
....but after all this, although I could now access the Mac HD, it remains read only access until now.