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Because of Fedora guidelines concerning patent issues, the Fedora project cannot distribute software dealing with the exfat format.

However, a package calld fuse-exfat is available at the RPM Fusion repository (see rpmfusion.org. After installing that package with yum install fuse-exfat you cat mount the drive with mount -t exfat /device /mountpoint

Because of Fedora guidelines concerning patent issues, the Fedora project cannot distribute software dealing with the exfat format.

However, a package calld called fuse-exfat is available at the RPM Fusion repository (see rpmfusion.org. After installing that package with yum install fuse-exfat you cat mount the drive with mount -t exfat /device /mountpoint

Because of Fedora guidelines concerning patent issues, the Fedora project cannot distribute software dealing with the exfat format.

However, a package called fuse-exfat is available at the RPM Fusion repository (see rpmfusion.org. ). After installing that package with yum install fuse-exfat you cat mount the drive with mount -t exfat /device /mountpoint

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Because of Fedora guidelines concerning patent issues, the Fedora project cannot distribute software dealing with the exfat format.

However, a package called fuse-exfat is available at the RPM Fusion repository (see rpmfusion.org). After installing that package with yum dnf install fuse-exfat you cat mount the drive with mount -t exfat /device /mountpoint