Except that you cannot create files with >4GB size on FAT32. You might
be able to use an archiver that is able to split archives into smaller
For making backups I would probably just use FAT32 and tar, because
practically anything (not just FreeBSD & Linux) will mount FAT32 file
systems, and tar should respect your file attributes (owner, group,
creation timestamp, last modified timestamp, etc).
This has always been a problem. FreeBSD is open source. So Linux is, but
they do not have a common filesystem that could be accessed from both
system, WITHOUT compromises. :-(
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