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Old 3rd January 2011
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Default I want move big files from FreeBSD box to Linux Box

At work I use FreeBSD and in home I have Arch Linux , at work I have many big files , many of them is is ISO files and many of them is over 4GB , I want move files with USB flash driver ,
for first try , i format my USB flash drive to NTFS format and I test it , and I see speed of copy is so low and take long time and sometimes I see error about I/O error and I can not copy it .
so for second try , I want test another file system like ext3 and ext4 and ,,,

can someone give me good suggestion for this ?
I want format my USB flash with another file system , this file system must be mount very easy in FreeBSD and linux .and I can mount USB flash in both system , and this file system must has good speed ,
can someone help me ?
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