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3 Ways to Get the Hard Drive’s Universally Unique Identifiers (UUIDs)

UUID goes for Universally Unique Identifier. The latest versions of Unix and Linux Systems use the UUID to refer to hard drive partitions, instead of using the block device file. Example: the hard drive representation from the /etc/fstab. So, next

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