The macOS operating system has the following disk management systems:
File Vault , is a disk encrypted utility;
Fusion Drive is an Apple's hybrid drive technology;
CoreStorage is a logical volume management system.
R‑Studio for Linux supports all these technologies and can unlock their encrypted volumes (hard drives and images).
To unlock the volume
|1.||Right-click the encrypted volume and select Unlock encrypted drive on the context menu.|
|2.||Enter the password on the Unlock encrypted drive dialog box|
|>||R‑Studio for Linux will unlock the volume|
If the volume is partially encrypted, R‑Studio for Linux can recognize which part is encrypted and which isn't. It will provide a correct access to the unencrypted and encrypted parts of the volume, provided that the correct password is entered.
Apple Fusion Drive
R‑Studio for Linux detects components of Apple Fusion Drive and creates virtual Fusion Drives automatically. At the same time, R‑Studio for Linux gives access to the individual components of the Fusion Drives (hard drives and images).
When an automatically created Fusion Drive is selected, R‑Studio for Linux highlights its components.
R‑Studio for Linux shows the components of the Fusion Drive on its APFS Fusion Components tab.
R‑Studio for Linux shows broken Fusion Drive s in pink.
The Fusion Drive Components tab also allows you to manually disconnect or connect the components, for example, if they are such damaged that R‑Studio for Linux cannot recognize them as parts of a broken Fusion Drive. Select the object from the drop-down box and click the Connect button. R‑Studio for Linux displays the objects it recognizes as the components of the Fusion Drive in blue.
You may immediately switch to the Fusion Drive configuration that R‑Studio for Linux believes most probable by clicking the Reassemble button.
R‑Studio for Linux shows Fusion Drive with manually added components in blue: