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I'm looking for a file system to format my large external drive with that can read/write in linux and read/write in windows. I know Fat32 is usually the best suggestion, but a large percent of my files are >4GB, so Fat32 won't work. Are there any other ones out there that I can get to work?

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UDF works now serverfault.com/q/55089/105363 – MarcH Dec 29 '11 at 23:58
    
There are now several duplicates of this question, including this one: superuser.com/questions/45130/cross-platform-file-system – Anderson Green Jan 18 '13 at 18:08
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NTFS. Works natively in Windows, and well in Linux/OS X via NTFS-3g.

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