Re: Nonsense at boot-time: "On battery power, so skipping file system check"
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- Subject: Re: Nonsense at boot-time: "On battery power, so skipping file system check"
- From: Wolfgang Pfeiffer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 23:50:18 +0200
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On Thu, Oct 12 2006, at 21:44 +0200, Wolfgang Pfeiffer wrote:
> Here: Powerbook5,8 - on unstable
> I upgraded various packages today. After doing that I rebooted the
> machine, with the battery removed as always the last time, feeding the
> machine with AC.
> But obviously the system now calculated the machine being on battery
> [Following output edited/line-wrapped for readability]:
> Here's the, hopefully, complete list of the packages
Just to make sure it's not being misunderstood: The list of packages
that was following involves many more packages than those actually
posted here: I simply cut off those that were probably too "old" to be
responsible for the failure, and only posted those having recently
being added or installed.
> installed/upgraded as of the last hours, generated like that:
> ls -lt -c /var/lib/dpkg/info/ | grep list > update.list
> At least iproute, libatm1 and zeroconf have been removed ("unused"):
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 757 Oct 12 20:36 hdparm.list
> [ ... ]
Oh yes, and if we're already at it: the kernel where this happens:
Wolfgang Pfeiffer: /ICQ: 286585973/ + + + /AIM: crashinglinux/
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