The UUID in Linux operating system explained

The UUID refers to a Universally Unique Identifier that consists of 128-bit numbers that have the probability of having duplicates close enough to zero but not zero in the local system. It was originally used in the Networking Computing System and then, later standardized by the Open Software Foundation. In this article, we will see how we can generate a UUID and a way to view the UUID of the disk.

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