I’m trying to copy files from one disk to another. It fails with an error something like “there is already a file with that name”.
I know that Linux is case-sensitive and Windows isn’t. The source is Ext4 and the destination is a portable USB disk which is formatted as FAT (32-bit version). Is that the reason? Is there a FAT (64-bit) version and is that the same?
If that’s the case I can easily format the destination disk as Ext4, but I ought to be sure what’s going on first.