[[email protected] ~]$ lsblk -f NAME FSTYPE LABEL UUID MOUNTPOINT sda ├─sda1 ext4 essai 60853fdb-7d89-4a04-9e5d-8851634e603c /home ├─sda2 ntfs 4A670D952AB81E37 ├─sda3 ext4 linux save b7cf7bdf-8f7f-437c-8455-440a57639e05 └─sda4 ext4 c3b02e3c-28f0-4944-99d3-48eef3b3b347 /virtuel2 nvme0n1 ├─nvme0n1p1 vfat SYSTEM_DRV 9C98-D061 /boot/efi ├─nvme0n1p2 swap swap c2360e3e-b47a-4870-b995-72cbeae423dd [SWAP] ├─nvme0n1p3 ext4 root 43d30761-6bf4-4ec5-8c18-75ee98ccc30e / ├─nvme0n1p4 ext4 essai 60853fdb-7d89-4a04-9e5d-8851634e603c └─nvme0n1p5 ext4 virtuel 581224dc-984b-4c7c-8a13-f6f753cb655d /virtuel [[email protected] ~]$
As you can see, I have a small SSD (lower part) and a big HDD. After using gparted to copy a partition, I have now two partitions with the same uuid… Happily only one of these two is mounted as /home.
For the time being, everything is working well, except that I use /dev/sda1 for /home instead of /dev/nvme01p4.
I would like to revert to the initial state, that is using nvme01p4 as /home. I tried to change the uuid using tune2fs -U but it failed. Any advice appreciated.