I recently bought a Zenbook prime of 128GB and I bought a microSD to SD adapter for macbook air (because of the low profile). It's working great with my SDHC that I had on the phone. I'm thinking about buying this microSD card. However, is SDXC supported in Linux? and is SDHC fully supported? Now I know it just works, but which one is preferred for Linux?
The speed is not that important since it's mainly for music, documents and pictures (programs and videos will be in the main SSD).
As we're on it, would higher capacity, like 128GB micro SDXC make any difference? If I buy any of them, I will write about them here, but I wanted to know if anyone had experience on microSDXC or read any review on these cards. I couldn't find anything relevant about Linux/Ubuntu.
According to Sandisk website, the differences are:
SDHC capacities range from 4GB to 32GB
Default Format: FAT32
SDXC capacities range from 64GB to 2TB
Default Format: exFAT
The section about operating systems that support exFAT File System does not even mention Linux. Furthermore, I'm interested about exFAT on SD cards, not about simple exFAT support on Linux, in case they differ.