GDrive on RedHat Linux


#1

Hi, I have a 10TB GDrive w/Thunderbolt technology. It has been previously used on Win 10 formatted as NTFS. I now have the need to populate the GDrive with data from RedHat Linux OS. I have tried reformatting the drive as NTFS and exFat format. Either format results in the RedHat Linux machine saying the format is unsupported when I plug the GDrive in via the supplied USB 3.0 cable. A Linux “df -h” command does not show the drive listed/mounted. IE: it will not automount.

Is the GDrive compatible with the RedHat Linux operating system? If so, do I need an administrator to mount and reformat the GDrive as root? And if so, which is the best format to choose if I have thousands of files to copy to the GDrive, some of which may be greater than 10GB/file?
Thanks for any help you can provide.


#2

We don’t have any support for Linux