Noting this here for the next time I'm trying to make a Windows 10 bootable USB from MacOS and hit the "install.wim is too large for FAT32" error:
... although wimlib just failed to compile from macports, possibly due to apple silicon, so that's fun.
This was also helpful: https://www.unixtutorial.org/creating-bootable-usb-from-iso-in-macos/
Had to dig out an ancient SD card reader, but was finally able to get the iso to boot. Victory!
Defeat! The wimlib split isn't recognized by the installer. It's asking for installation disk 2. How retro.
Victory again? Had to rename the install2.wim file to install2.swm (*not* install2.svm).
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