usb to use with Mac Ubuntu and Windows
* Tapas Mishra (2010-10-05 07:39):
> On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 4:18 AM, kristau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > FAT32 is the lowest common denominator across Linux/Mac/Windows.
> > NTFS is a close second, but not sure how well Mac supports that out
> > of the box. On my older MacBook Pro I had to install MacFUSE to be
> > able to read/write NTFS, and it is Very Slow. Would be curious if
> > the latest greatest Macs finally support NTFS OOTB, or if you still
> > need MacFUSE.
> I can not use FAT32 since my files are more than 10GB in size.
I'm using one big Mac partition for my giant mac files and a smaller
FAT32 partition for portability between Mac/Win/Linux. This works for
me, since I don't normally have to write giant files to the USB disk
from a Linux system - only the other way around. Both are readable on
both platforms. However, the need is sure to arise one day, to transfer
a big file from the Linux machine.
When that day comes, I will probably look into something like hfs /
hfsplus to write to the Mac partition. Or does anybode else have a
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