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{{FAQ_entry|question=My ZIM file is too big, what should I do?|answer=USB flash drives and memory cards are often formatted using the FAT32 filesystem which can't store files bigger than 4GB. Kiwix is able to deal with 2GB splitted ZIM files. The splitted ZIM files must be named xxx.zimaa, xxx.zimab, xxx.zimac, etc. To split a ZIM file you may use:
{{FAQ_entry|question=My ZIM file is too big, what should I do?|answer=USB flash drives and memory cards are often formatted using the FAT32 filesystem which can't store files bigger than 4GB. Kiwix is able to deal with 2GB splitted ZIM files. The splitted ZIM files must be named xxx.zimaa, xxx.zimab, xxx.zimac, etc. To split a ZIM file you may use:
* On Microsoft Windows: [http://www.jaist.ac.jp/~hoangle/filesj/ FSJ-Lite],
* On Microsoft Windows: [http://www.hjsplit.org/ HJ-Split]
* On Apple Mac OS X: [http://loekjehe.home.xs4all.nl/Split&Concat/ Split&Concat]
* On Apple Mac OS X: [http://loekjehe.home.xs4all.nl/Split&Concat/ Split&Concat]
* On GNU/Linux and with the console: split --bytes=2000M my_big_file.zim
* On GNU/Linux and with the console: split --bytes=2000M my_big_file.zim


To be readable by Kiwix, all chunks must be located in the same folder. Open then the xxx.zimaa file with Kiwix.
To be readable by Kiwix, all chunks must be located in the same folder. Open then the xxx.zimaa file with Kiwix.
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