Re: fsck'ing a rw-mounted partition and display power management in X (was: 2 questions)
"a" <email@example.com> writes:
> 1.how to fsck /dev/hda3 which is root? it's mounted rw, and fsck warns it is
> dangerous to check it.
You need to remount it read-only (ro). See mount(8) for details:
mount /dev/hda3 -o remount,ro
mount /dev/hda3 -o remount,rw
> 2.in MS-Windows, the monitor is turned down (the LED blinks) after a period
> of in-activity. In X, it just blanks. what is the difference? how to make
> the LED blinks in X?
Consider adding the line: option "dpms" to your XF86Config file
in the monitor section. Example:
Identifier "acer aspire 55s"