Im a newb just messin with stuff and learning on the fly. Parted said I found bug, searched but could find none similar although didn't dig to deep. Im trying to make multiple OS's boot from same laptop. Started w/500GB HD split for 2 OS's +32GBflashdrive+16GBflashdrive both contain OS's. GNU/LINUX on all. I put fresh kali.iso on flashdrive, manual boot from bios(if not then Original boots From HD), it kept booting the HD OS even though i chose usb flashdrive(maybe cuz they similar??idk). Other usb boots beautifully but is not as closely related as other 2. I changed /etc/fstab in the HD OS. Instead of fstab using /dev/sda1 UUID_as /boot...I replaced it with /dev/sdb1 NewUUID_as /boot. Restarted and took me to=login ttty1 mode(gui no load?). I then attempted to put a bootable flag onto /dev/sda1 using parted from that ttty mode and now I recieve bug message. Here is what I did.....I typed "parted" into command line+ENTER, then typed "select /dev/sda1"+ENTER, then typed "disk_set FLAG STATE"+ENTER, parted responds with "invalid token: STATE New state? [on]/off?" I type "on"+ENTER, parted responds= You found a bug in GNU Parted!. It says to send the version of release (3.2) output of...parted DEVICE unit co print unit s print=
Model: Unknown (unknown) Disk /dev/sda1: 2999MB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: loop Disk Flags: Number Start End Size 1 0.00B 2999MB 2999MB File System Flags ext4 Model: Unknown (unknown) Disk /dev/sda1: 5857280s Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: loop Disk Flags: Number Start End 1 0s 5857279s Size File System Flags 5857280s ext4 and here is rest... Unknown disk flag, 0. Error: The flag '(null)' is not available for loop disk labels.