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- 02 Dec 2014, 05:10
- Forum: Problems and Troubleshooting
- Topic: FAT32 limitation
- Replies: 2
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exFAT filesystems are masked as FAT32 to a host Windows OS. Otherwise, if this was true FAT32, no matter how it is spanned or addressed, it couldn't write such a large file. There are several communication methods that are limited to the 4Gb limit of transfer because they use 32-bit libraries. I've ...
Thanks for the help guys. I thnk the ru-based arj is what I need. hmm... I have a few more leads. https://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/ai-repository/ai/util/arj/ proves partial unix support in 1994(compiles with a platform-independent C compiler). I did inquire at the official site but with no repl...
This isn't an Altap Salamander issue, but I was just hoping for some blind help with an ARJ uncompress issue. Obviously, feel free to delete this post if that offends you. Perhaps someone reading this likes a challenge. Any of the ARJ files at this site are uncompressable for me: http://hair.spb.ru/...