It is an older volume. I am trying to find some invisible files and when I try to search via the little search box in the Finder window, it will only allow me to search the start-up volume and not the other drive that is mounted but not the start-up drive.
I did not try the command to show invisible files yet though.
I need to get to the Library's "private" folder from an old back up.
Get FileBuddy. The demo of 10 is good for a limited number of launches. Launch it and do a Get Info from its menu, it can see all files and let you change the attributes. Get rid of the dot, change the invisible flag etc.
I bought v.9 a long time back, I use it a lot for my work.
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