How to Choose a Filesystem for Your USB Drive
Well known Linux distros can handle both. If you have some random trimmed down version of Debian, sometimes it can only handle FAT DrZoo Yes, I did but I thought there might be some new insights now None of the filesystems natively supported by either macOS or Windows have ideal properties on all three operating systems: ReFS is only supported on Windows. UFS support was removed from macOS Just google for: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Usually i just go with NTFS. These are only needed if you want to be able to write to the disk. To install it on Ubuntu: What about ExFat?
According to Wikipedia it is http: Supported by: Ubuntu Community Ask! Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Marcel Marcel 1 3 9.
UDF works great if you use the right options, check: See also this page: LasseValentini LasseValentini 1, 1 16 I second Fraekkert, but I think that switching to a network drive would save you from these problems.