On 12 Nov 2003 19:59:46 -0800, R. Hixon staggered into the Black Sun and
Gonna be tough, since Redhat 8.3 doesn't exist.
Shouldn't be a problem; USB Mass Storage devices that follow specs are
well-supported and so are FAT32 filesystems.
So what happens when you try to mount it under Linux?
What was the output from dmesg when you tried?
If the space is smaller than 2G, it should be FAT16 (type 0x06), larger
than 2G but smaller than 8G, it should be FAT32 (type 0x0b), if it's
larger than 8G, it should be FAT32-LBA (type 0x0c). If you get the
types wrong, 'Doze can get annoyed and randomly scribble on your data.
mkdosfs -F32 /dev/NNN on partitions larger than 2G, since mkdosfs uses
FAT16 by default. HTH,
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