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I have been exclusively using ubuntu so I hadn't previously noticed this but transferring files/folders across usb 2 and 3 is a lot slower on ubuntu.

My external drive is exfat, and using usb 3 on windows I get transfer rates of 95 MB/sec and on ubuntu it is only about 20-25.

Is there something wrong with my setup or is it that the drivers aren't very good for exfat yet?

I am using fuse-exfat as described in this post: Is there a simple way to add exFAT support?

Thanks for your help

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closed as off topic by Bruno Pereira Mar 9 '12 at 8:37

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As no one has offered a solution, perhaps you should instead be filed as a bug report Instructions here. –  bodhi.zazen Mar 9 '12 at 5:44

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