I am Jay Rajput a Computer Engineering graduate. I am an active contributor to open source. I have also served as a Mentee under ELISHA CodeChecker Project. Most of my contributions have been in Python and some in JAVA. I also have experience in MEAN stack which gets me my daily bread.
I was quite terrified by the thought of programming/contributing in C for a while now. But today, I have summoned some courage and have decided to go learn how to contribute in C and in turn contribute to The Linux Kernel. Hoping that this journey would bring some great learning and exciting challenges.
I learned to always use UUIDs in my /etc/fstab because partition naming is volatile. I've made a cloud machine unbootable by put /dev/sda1 etc in my fstab instead of UUID=....
Has something changed in the recent past? Why are we referring to partitions by their volatile names rather than their UUIDs?