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live-rw isn't cleanly unmounted.

Hi there!!

After I finish to work on the live-rw partition (when I've booted debian wheezy with the 'persistence' parameter) I halt the PC using the 'shutdown -hH now' command and then I reboot the PC without the 'persistence' parameter. Then, when I run the fsck command on the live-rw persistence partition (/dev/sdb2 in my case) it says: "live-rw was not cleanly unmounted, check forced".

My question is simply: why does fsck say that, and what should I do in order to unmount the live-rw partition cleanly?



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