freebsd vs. netbsd
jerry at seibercom.net
Tue Jun 9 09:56:15 UTC 2020
On Tue, 9 Jun 2020 12:29:34 +1000, andrew clarke commented:
>On 2020-06-08 15:37:00, Manish Jain (bourne.identity at hotmail.com)
>> On 2020-06-08 14:47, Ralf Mardorf via freebsd-questions wrote:
>> > Linux has got amazing real-time capabilities, Android has got no
>> > real-time capabilities at all.
>> Hi Ralf/others,
>> Just a quick question. I have in the back of my mind to buy a huge -
>> perhaps 256 GB - microSD card.
>> Does Android support cards formatted NTFS/ext4 ? Or is fat32 the
>> only option with Android ?
>exFAT can be used by modern Android devices (and other devices like
>digital cameras) that support 32+ GB cards. AFAIK brand-name microSD
>cards larger than 32 GB are always pre-formatted as exFAT.
>exFAT can be read and written to by all modern OSes:
>- FreeBSD with the sysutils/fuse-exfat package
>- Linux with the exFAT FUSE driver, and in the mainline kernel since
>- Mac OS X since 10.6.5
>- Microsoft Windows since Vista SP1
Small correction, that would be the "'sysutils/fusefs-exfat' port. You
should also probably install the 'systuils/exfat-utils' port also.
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