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Re: UUID - autmatically entries?

On Sat, May 21, 2011 at 1:33 PM, Hans-J. Ullrich <hans.ullrich@loop.de> wrote:
>> No. You have to set it filesystem by filesystem with "tune2fs -U
>> [random|<UUID>] /dev/sdXY" unless script a loop through your
>> filesystems.
>> (If you use "<UUID>" in the command above, you can/have to generate it
>> with uuidgen.)
> Ok, I understand. So I can set a new UUID, but I have manually to edit the
> required files. Hmm, I trhought, there was a debian script in a package, taht
> did those things, so I can make a dpkg-reconfigure to recall it. Thought, some
> debian/pre*something or debian/post*something did manage it soemnhow...

IIUC, it's partman-target that performs the change from traditional to
UUID styles in fstab. Whether and how you can use it outside of d-i, I
have no idea, sorry.

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