Quote: Originally Posted by boac Just format it through windows (ntfs), linux will be able to read it fine. True for newer Linux distros, but not possible on some older systems I work on where I can't install newer Linux version or drivers. In this case, I am usually dealing with dpx files between 12 and 70mb in size, so fat32 is okay for this. Lately, with newer systems, I use ntfs as you suggest, and I am experimenting with xfs as well.
8/21/08 at 5:26am