UUID is a unique identifier used in partitions to uniquely identify partitions in Linux operating systems. UUID is a property of the disk partition itself. So, if you install the hard drive containing the partitions on another Linux computer, the partitions will have the same UUID as before. In this article, I will show you how to find the UUID of storage devices such as hard drive or SSD partitions in Linux.
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