[SOLVED] Creating a Linux pendrive using a MAC for a movie in DCP
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Creating a Linux pendrive using a MAC for a movie in DCP
Greetings from Brasília
I need to copy one of my documentaries' DCP package onto a Linux pendrive but MAC Disk Utility will only show the following:
MAC OS Extended (Journaled);
MacOS Extended (Case sensitive),
,none of which mentions Linux.
I'm looking for instructions on how to perform this formatting, which software to use, etc.
Distribution: BSD & Linux - As long as they are Lightweight
Your MAC disk utility looks like it can only create those filesystems. By using a 'live' Linux distro, you can create a filesystem suitable for your pendrive.
Linux should be able to use the MSDOS-FAT partition/filesystem on the pendrive, depending on how big your DCP file is.
Otherwise, copy it via an NTFS partition/filesystem, which Linux can handle, & a MAC should be able to mount & write to as well.