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Re: reboot with fsck and bad block check

On Friday 23 September 2005 21:39, Angelo Bertolli wrote:
>Does shutdown -rF also include a bad block check?  I'm guessing it
>doesn't, but I can't find any information online on how to tell it to do
>a bad block check also.  I did find in /etc/default/rcS a setting to
>send -y to fsck, but nothing that would indicate any reason it needs -y.

The -y option is the switch to make it do all corrections without
bugging you for an ok each time.

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