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    Exfat on SDXC cards

    Want to use the exfat system on a new SDXC memory card,
    This works, came from here:
    http://superuser.com/questions/43636...n-ubuntu-12-04



    exFAT is a proprietary file system developed by Microsoft, and implementing it requires accepting a very restrictive license from Microsoft. However, there is a FUSE implementation of exFAT for linux.
    Since you are on a Ubuntu system, you can install the above-mentioned exFAT implementation from their PPA.

    1. Add the PPA to your sources list by running
      sudo add-apt-repository ppa:relan/exfat in your favourite terminal emulator
    2. Install the fuse-exfat and the exfat-utils packages:
      sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install fuse-exfat exfat-utils

    Now you should be able to use the SSD

    (please refer to Superuser.com )
    It worked instantly on my Asus Zenbook UX31 E (Mexico version)
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    Talking Re: Exfat on SDXC cards

    Gracias Amigo!

    It worked like a charm

    Thread should be Called BIG HELP FOR SDXC CARDS on UBUNTU

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    Smile Re: Exfat on SDXC cards

    Brilliant, works perfectly and even i could follow the instructions, thanks so much.

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    Cool Re: Exfat on SDXC cards ad note

    Note !!! when you upgrade in Ubuntu, you must repeat the above process.
    Yes, re-install "fuse" using the instructions proved by "Superuser",
    It does not happen auto-magically.
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