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The Best Filesystem for an external hard disk of 1TB with cross platform support

Feb 03, 2012, 22:03 (10 Talkback[s])

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"A possible solution it's to split your hard drive in multiple partitions and dedicate each one to an Operating system, so for example you could have 25% of your disk with a Fat32, 25% with NTFS and 50% with Ext4. Personally i don't like too much this solution, sure you can use a native file system in every operating system, but you also have all the possible problems in mounting a different FS, and I'm sure that I happen to have the right documents in the wrong partition.

"So, for me the best solution it's to have 1 partition and 1 big filesystem."

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