I have a USB drive that I cleaned and formatted as FAT32 on my Linux machine because
Diskutil disableOwnership wouldn't work. I plugged it into the Windows machine with the files I need and copied them onto the USB with no problems. But when I plugged the USB into my Mac, it gave the error, "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer."
I reopened terminal and ran
diskutil info. Here's the output for the particular disk:
/dev/disk2 (external, physical): #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: Apple_partition_scheme *30.8 GB disk2 1: Apple_partition_map 4.1 KB disk2s1 2: Apple_HFS 2.4 MB disk2s2
Windows and Linux are both recognizing the disk correctly as a FAT32, but MacOS thinks it is an Apple Partition scheme. What is a possible cause? Is there a way to force MacOS to recognize the disk correctly?
Note: The reason I formatted the disk with Linux was that I get the error "Couldn't modify the partition map" when I use Diskutil to erase the disk.