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Old 01-01-2013, 03:24 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by spiky0011 View Post
The op wants to be able to write to the drive as well which requires ntfs-3g which is not present on pi so hence the choice of install ntfs or format to ext3/4

Unless you know of a way to write to ntfs file system?
Thank you for pointing that out I was not aware of it
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ok, can't format the disk to ext3/4, but exFAT is available, would that be more suitable?
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It looks like you will have to install ntfs-3g.
Why cant you format to ext3/4 ??


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