Linux: what is partition UUID and how to use it

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UUID stands for Universally Unique Identifier and is used to univocally identify a partition.
This is more reliable than /dev/hd* or /dev/sd* since i[......]

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How to install “as many Operating Systems as you want” in one machine

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Do you often have the need, or want the pleasure, to try a new operating system?
Do you prefer using a "real machine" rather than creating a virtual[......]

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