On 09/21/2023 04:24 PM, Bill Cunningham wrote:
What I would like to do for example, is if I removed a Windows OS, for example, the partition data (for fedora) would need to be reset. Say I reinstalled the system (windows). I believe that windows could take care of itself but I am going to have an unbootable fedora there.
Before you go all heavy handed here, give us an idea of what's wrong so we have an idea what you'll need to do. Are you planning on reinstalling Windows? Does your Fedora system currently boot, and if not, what happens if you try? If your Fedora partitions are OK, and can be read when you're using a LiveUSB, there's no reason in the world that giving it a new UUID would make sense.
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