Universal Hard drive fs stratagy
I want to "upgrade" my 500gb external to support a filesystem that supports over four gigs.
Systems, 1 freebsd desktop, 2 linux laptops, misc windows systems.
I no longer have a macbook so mounting on a mac is not critical but it would be nice
There is ntfs but ive had issues with freebsd and ntfs
I was thinking about ex2/3fs, especially when I saw a windows driver for ext2 that supports ext3.
I was thinking about putting 1gb as fat32 with the "tools", to mount a modern file system.
Or i could just go ntfs and hope for the best...
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