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comment What does these udev rules mean?
The first line will match like the rest of the rules, but there is no action associated with it. It is obviously added as a template for you to reuse in your own rules. For more on udev see reactivated.net/writing_udev_rules.html
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comment How to organize a hard drive for Linux/Windows sharing?
@Bob thanks for correcting me: volume limit is 2 TB, and file size limit is 4 GB.
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comment How to organize a hard drive for Linux/Windows sharing?
Personally I had minimal issues with corrupt files on ntfs, albeit I agree it is not a format to choose if you can avoid it. FAT32 will work fine, barring the obvious file system limitations of 4GB per file, and 32GB per volume. Those are serious limitations on today's hardware.