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> Automatic Fsck On Reboot, Where to put the commands?
post Jan 21 2006, 02:16 AM
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I'd like to implement an automatic fsck for unclean filesystems on bootup of Cacko 1.23b1, so that after a crash I always boot up with clean file systems.

Anyone knows where to put the commands?

It must be some script which is executed before hdd2, hdd3 and the cards are mounted. Preferrably even before hdd1 is mounted.
fsck must be available somewhere outside hdd1, because if I bot up with the B+D key sequence, it is also available and hdd1 is not mounted.

Any ideas where to put the commands?

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post Jan 21 2006, 04:50 PM
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you could do it rcrofilesys, but not sure thats the proper places for that, then agian maybe it is....
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