Since periodic maintenance on 2013 Sep. 2, you can use USB memory with HFS/HFS+ format (main filesystem on Mac) at terminal workstations.
When you inset USB memory on terminal workstations, the desktop environment "gnome" automatically recognizes and mounts this memory and you can read data from this memory without any further step.
To write data to this USB memory, you need to execute following procedure on Mac before using the memory on terminal workstations.
1. Give writable permission for others % chmod o+w /Volumes/"Volume-name" <--- "Volume-name" is the volume-name of your USB memory. 2. Disable journaling % diskutil disableJournal /Volumes/"Volume-name" * If you want to enable journaling after writing, execute following command: % diskutil enableJournal /Volumes/"Volume-name"