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Package Details: exfat-dkms-git 184.8d291f5-1

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Package Base: exfat-dkms-git
Description: Native (nofuse) kernel module for EXtendedFAT support - use with DKMS
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Licenses: GPL2
Conflicts: exfat, exfat-git
Submitter: PyroDevil
Maintainer: frederik
Last Packager: frederik
Votes: 39
Popularity: 2.320987
First Submitted: 2013-07-24 13:59
Last Updated: 2017-01-14 00:34

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frederik commented on 2017-01-14 00:36

This requires exfat-utils-nofuse because exfat-utils uses the fuse driver by default (instead of this kernel module).

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rtfreedman commented on 2015-09-13 11:43
A quick fix is: mount with -o namecase=0

And this is what wisecrick says:
>Well, it works, and I also wonder what happens if I don't specify this option
>(and why windows chkdsk will report the errors).

@wisecrick worth an update, isn't it?

wisecrick commented on 2015-08-14 09:11

It makes corruptions to the filesystem

Even I made little modifications to the filesystem (eg: move one file from one directory to another), the windows chkdsk utility will report the filesystem has some errors.

C:\Windows\system32>chkdsk /f e:
The type of the file system is exFAT.
Volume Serial Number is 34BF-9407
Windows is verifying files and folders...
Volume label is DATA.
Corruption was found while examining files in directory \soft\Adobe............

Windows has made corrections to the file system.

I don't touch the files in this directory.

rtfreedman commented on 2014-12-14 00:15

-Android ARM Linux non-fuse read/write ....
+Linux non-fuse r/w kernel driver for the exFAT, FAT12/16/32 (vfat) file systems

rtfreedman commented on 2014-05-14 21:01

Warning: upstream only supports ARM architectures
Don't use it on production systems till someone takes care of x86/x86_64 systems.

rtfreedman commented on 2014-04-24 19:28

I've removed linux as a dependency because it works with any kernel from >3.0 ;)

kvasthval commented on 2014-04-23 08:57

Can you please remove the dependency on 'linux'? I guess most people looking for DKMS modules are not using the stock kernel. :-)
Thanks for the package though!