Ever tried to copy something onto a USB flash drive, only to discover that the file was to big to copy?

This is because most USB Flash drives are formatted using the FAT32 [1] filesystem - which only supports individual files up to 4GB in size, no matter how much free space you’ve got. It also only supports drives up to 2TB, can’t store symbolic links, can’t store files with these characters in the name: "*/:<>?\| — and is generally ...


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