Re: No fsck in battery mode
Quoting Derek Broughton (email@example.com):
> From: "Frédéric Bothamy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > * Matt Foster <email@example.com> [2003-09-01 19:29] :
> > > Quoting Derek Broughton (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > > >
> > > > Which will work, but there's an on_ac_power program that is supposed
> to be
> > > > smart enough to figure it out whether you're using apm or acpi. I'd
> > > > you which package it's in, but I can't get to the net from Linux at
> > > > moment...
> > >
> > > So there is, its in powermgmt-base. much neater!
> > Except that since it is under /usr, it might not be available at fsck
> > time (that is, before /usr is mounted in /etc/rcS.d/S30checkfs.sh).
> Doh! Of course you're right. I wonder if it could be copied to /boot and
> still work? Matt's solution is good - but it must have the same problem:
> grep will be available at the same time as on_ac_power!
well, no, since grep lives in /bin. On startup, / get mounted read-only.
Thats the only way fsck can be run. That means that you can use grep,
and anything else livig in /bin. I personally have almost everything in
one partition, so I can use on_acpi_power as well, but for the sake of
speed, I prefer the grep method.