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Old 11th March, 2013, 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Daniel ~ View Post
Can I cut and paste this fstab file to my 32 bit Mint 14 install?
No. You have to do the edit over again in another install, because I don't believe that the UUIDs would be the same.


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Does this procedure at all effect mechanical drives?
No. The trim function is specifically for your SSDs only.

I'll post some instructions for you to test that it is working properly later in this thread.
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