Formatting NTFS drive to XFS
Apologies if this is in the wrong section, but here goes.
I have a USB HDD which is currently formatted in NTFS. This is because files on it are larger than 4GB making FAT32 not possible.
I would like to format the drive so that my Linux, PC and PS3 can all read and write to it.
EXT3 will not work as the USB capabilities will be removed once this is done, or so I am led to believe, which leaves me with XFS
How do I format the drive in XFS? Or alternatively, is there another solution to my problem which doesn't require me installing apps on each of the machines?