How to mount exFAT file in Ubuntu and other Linux Distro .


  Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) is Microsoft proprietary file system optimized for  flash drives . Some SD Card such as SDXC adopted exFAT file system . Ubuntu and other Linux Distro by default do not support this file system.

A quick work around with this problem is by installing some  packages to your system .

1 ) Make sure you have the universal repository on your Ubuntu System .

 2) Update your system .

3) Install exFAT packages in your system . For other Linux Distro,use the specific command software installation associate with your Distro . Look for "exfat fuse" and "exfat utils" packages.

4) Un plug and plug the flash drive back in . Your system should be able to detect  exFAT file system.

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