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How to Mount an exFAT Drive on Debian Linux


How to Mount an exFAT Drive on Debian Linux

exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) is a restrictive Microsoft record framework upgraded for streak memory gadgets, for example, SD cards and USB streak drives. It was intended to supplant the old 32bit FAT32 record framework that can't store documents bigger than 4 GB. 

exFAT document framework is upheld of course on all the most recent variants of Windows and macOS working frameworks. Debian, as a large portion of the other significant Linux conveyances, doesn't offer help for the exclusive exFAT filesystem out of box. 

In this instructional exercise, we'll tell you the best way to empower exFAT uphold on Debian Linux. 

How to Enable exFAT Support on Debian Linux

To mount an exFAT filesystem on Debian, first you'll have to introduce the free FUSE exFAT module and instruments which give a full-included exFAT record framework usage for Unix-like frameworks. 

Open your terminal and introduce the exfat-meld and exfat-utils bundles utilizing the accompanying orders: 

sudo apt update 
sudo apt install exfat-fuse exfat-utils

That is it! You would now be able to mount exFAT formated USB drives. 


To empower uphold for the exFAT document framework on Debian you just need to introduce the FUSE exFAT module and instruments. A few people allude to exFAT as FAT64. 

Ordinarily, the USB drive will auto-mount when you embed it, yet on the off chance that the auto-mount bombs you can mount the drive physically . 

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