I installed fresh Ubuntu and then Kali. Installed Ubuntu with "/", "/home" and Swap partition. Left unallocated space for Kali. After Ubuntu, I installed Kali in similar way as above. Kali was recognizing Swap of Ubuntu but I created a new one for this.
I see Ubuntu is using two swap now.
$ swapon NAME TYPE SIZE USED PRIO /dev/sda3 partition 46.6G 0B -1 /dev/sda7 partition 28G 0B -2
Kali is also showing two swap in use. How to separate it?
Also, Kali has given warning for grub/UEFI/Boot loader at the end of installation. Don't remember exactly, but I can see Kali has overtaken grub. Both, Ubuntu and Kali, can be selected at boot time. So, no problem here.
/etc/fstab of Kali is having two swap entries. But Ubuntu's
/etc/fstab is having only one entry.
I removed one swap entry from Kali's
fstab but no use. Both Kali and Ubuntu are showing two swap output for
I thought to solve swap so that sleep/hibernate and other issue don't come later.
I want Ubuntu as normal and safe installation for work and Kali for experiment. If anything that need to change for trouble free Ubuntu then I am ready to change as both are new with no files there.