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Old 21st July 2010
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Default Cannot copy large files to Flash Drive

Hello again everyone. Sorry to be back so soon with something so weak.

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Than I mount my 32GB Corsair Flash Drive:
Code:
mount_msdosfs /dev/da0s1 /mnt
cp Partiton_1.image /mnt/Partiton_1.image
ERROR:
cp: /mnt/Partiton_1.image: File too large


Now I find out why!


http://www.yellowdog-board.com/viewt...t=5103&p=29711

Quote:
Solutions:

Stick to splitting and rejoining large files across diverse external storage systems available to and within the same OS. For YDL, that includes any Linux or Unix variant, which should include OS X from Apple as it's OS is essentially a specially redesigned variant of BSD Unix.
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Sorry for the wasted space.

Last edited by sharris; 21st July 2010 at 04:07 PM.
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