Re: No fsck in battery mode
In article <20030907194447.GA18894@inf.fu-berlin.de>
>3. Edit "/etc/fstab", pick the correct line, and change the
> filesystem parameter from "ext2" to "ext3".
Even better is to use "ext3,ext2". That way the filesystem can be
mounted by a kernel that doesn't support ext3.
While ext3 reduces the chance of corrupted disks, it does not
eliminate it. You should still be running fsck on all your disks
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