That will be an easy (but lengthy) fix, like cincinnatus13 already pointed out.
Originally Posted by arumiat
Also, based on this part of the mount command output -
.. I think you should be able to mount it with both read/write permissions by just installing "hfsutils" package -
/dev/mapper/truecrypt10 on /media/truecrypt10 type hfsplus (ro)
From its description -
sudo apt-get install hfsutils
Whatever suits you better.
Tools for reading and writing Macintosh volumes
HFS is the native Macintosh filesystem format.
This package contains several command-line utilities for reading and
writing Macintosh HFS-formatted media such as floppy disks, CD-ROMs,
and hard disks.
If hfsutils alone doesn't help, try additionally installing hfsplus package also -
It is specifically meant to add support for hfs+, but doesn't mention explicitly if it can support write access to it.
sudo apt-get install hfsplus