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What happens when we uncomment GRUB_DISABLE_LINUX_UUID=true?
In my opinion the usage of UUID's for identifying partitions and volumes is bad practice and sometimes leads to disaster: those random generated identifiers are not robust at all , in fact they don't even survive a re-partitioning & re-formatting , which will result in an unbootable system and usable /etc/fstab entries .They are hard to type en don't convey any meaning about the partitions-content to the user . LAbels on the other hand , if well chozen will tell a lot about the partitions contents. All my partitions are labeled : like WIN7_C , XP_D , XUBUNTU_1204 , BOOT ,HOME_1204 etc ... Refo
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