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Re: Thunar, USB-sticks and big files

> Hi,
> On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 11:58:29AM +0100, Andreas Rönnquist wrote:
> > Hi guys!
> > 
> > I have a problem copying big files to an USB-stick using thunar in
> ...
> > I do this to copy ripped DVD's to USB memory for viewing in a TV
> > with
> ...
> > Nothing extremely serious, I can still copy the files using
> > terminal as I said, but it would be nice to have it working using
> > only Thunar too.
> You see this list talking the same problem :-)
> You are hitting 4GB limit of FAT.
> Reformat USB stick with
>  * ext2/3/4 if moving around Linux.
>  * Darwin UFS, I think, for Mac
>  * NTFS for Windows ...

(No need to CC the replies to me, I read the list)

But I am not nowhere near using 4GB... Files are around 700MB each, and 
one of the tried USB sticks is only 2GB big, so I would guess that
doesn't apply? - and as I said, it works just fine when doing the same
thing in a terminal.

"Copying" works just fine in both terminal and Thunar, but when
unmounting the device (I guess its at this point the files are actually
written to the device), the action times out (and the resulting
files are not properly readable) when using Thunar, but not when using
the terminal.


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