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Problem with copying large files to USB

Created On: 15 Jan, 2017: 12:40:15 - Tags : server management

Url: http://askubuntu.com/questions/348888/how-do-i-solve-error-splicing-files/610357#610357

If you are trying to copy a large file to a disk that has been formatted with the FAT32 file system or similar, then you might get the error: "Error splicing file: File too large". The error can be corrected by formatting the disk with the ext4 file system


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