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[bug #35354] Cloning GRUB2 1.99 makes clone not bootable

From: Francis Lamonde
Subject: [bug #35354] Cloning GRUB2 1.99 makes clone not bootable
Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 14:54:40 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #4, bug #35354 (project grub):

Duplicate UUIDs is a problem indeed. I wasn't sure the commands you listed
where actually assigning new UUIDs without reformatting, that was the part I
was missing. I will keep them in note for when I need them.

I have realized I made some mistakes when I tested before logging the issue,
so the fact grub is not bootable has nothing to do with grub2, grub-legacy,
UUIDs or other, it seems to affect Kubuntu 11.10 so I logged that part in
Launchpad for Kubuntu. Please disregard all the mention about "not bootable
after a clone". The rest about the UUIDs being duplicated after a clone is
moved as feature and I agree.

tnx for the commands and explanation!


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