Avoid detecting exfat-utils commands as exfatprogs commands
Fix for issue #137 (closed) "Creating exfat partition with a label fails with error"
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A user had exfat-utils installed and tried to use GParted to create an exfat file system. GParted ran this command but it failed: # mkfs.exfat -L '' '/dev/sdb1' mkexfatfs 1.3.0 mkfs.exfat: invalid option -- 'L' Usage: mkfs.exfat [-i volume-id] [-n label] [-p partition-first-sector] [-s sectors-per-cluster] [-V] <device> The problem is that both exfat-utils and exfatprogs packages provide mkfs.exfat and fsck.exfat commands but they have incompatible command line options and GParted is programmed for exfatprogs. So far GParted just checks the executable exists, hence the mis-identification.