I need some advice on what file system to use for my new 1TB media server hosted on my Linux box. I have a few requirements:
Needs to be shareable to a different Windows machine (not dual booting, totally different box). I see that there might at least be options to do this with ext3, and as I think this will be a rather rare scenario, I'm able to live with this.
Definitely needs to be able to be accessed via Samba on my Xbox running XBMC (and sharing with an Xbox 360 might be in its future).
Needs to allow file size greater than 4GB.
Needs to be shareable with any future media servers/front-ends I build (all would be running a Linux variant such as Boxee, XBMC, Myth*).
I'm guessing Fat32 is out due to the file size requirement, and while I've used NTFS before, I'd prefer something native to Linux. I'm open to just about anything, thanks.