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I have Mandrake 9.2. When I try to scp any file that's larger than 2GB's it bails out at 2147483647 bytes and says "File size limit exceeded". I searched around and it doesn't look like scp is to blame. What else could it be?
The partition I'm copying to is 20 gb, with 7.3 available.
In theory, FAT32 can handle 4gigs max. In practice, almost all FAT32 formated partitions are formated in a way that's limited to 2gigs for reasons which I never completely understood. You have to do something special to format a FAT32 partition capable of files greater than 2gigs.