I'm using the debian live project and so far it is working great. Thanks!
I have a project where I need to save some config data on the boot disk.
I use FAT32 for the binary. So I have made a new directory "config"
where my program saves the persistent data.
Because of that, I want to do a disk check of the fat32 system every
time I boot. I boot entirely to memory by the way. I search for the
first USB stick on the system, and then do for example: dosfsck -a
This gives me the error: "There are differences between boot sector and
its backup.". And it doesn't want to repair it automatically.
This is when using the image the first time, so I would expect no errors