more than one distro
ubuntu at tigershaunt.com
Tue May 13 16:08:24 UTC 2008
> Now that is an idea the wording was a little wrong maybe as both
> Ubuntu and fedora use UUID however the UUIDs are different for both
> systems i am blming Ubuntu alone for the problem as infered in the post .
Woa there cowboy, you got yourself mixed up and confused. The UUID's
are *not* different for each distro.. that is the whole point of them.
The UUID is imbeded in the filesystem itself, one unique UUID for each
Of course, each distro has it's own /, /home and optionally /boot
filesystems, and therefore will have different UUID's in their
respective /etc/fstab's. but the UUID for the same file system does not
change across distro.
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