How do I get WBFS for Mac working on Mountail Lion?
So you upgraded to Mountain Lion (or Maybe Lion) and the big cat just doesn't want to play with wbfs right? You can't get it to see the disk once it's plugged in right? Fortunately there is an easy solution...
To get WBFS for Mac working on mountain lion you will need to open terminal. If you have never used terminal don't be scared it's easy, just click the magnifying glass at the top right of your screen and type in Termial and click the icon to run it.
If you installed WBFS by simply dragging it to the applications folder (the usual mac way) then just copy and past the following line into terminal and hit enter (including the quotes!).
sudo "/Applications/WBFS for MacOS X.app/Contents/MacOS/WBFS for MacOS X"
You will be asked to enter your password in order to open WBFS as a "super user" and it should work fine.
If WBFS doesn't open, it most likely it isn't in the default MAC app location, so when you past in the code above alter it to show the correct path of the WBFS.
Did it work for you?
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